Golden-crowned Kinglet



The diminutive Golden-crowned Kinglet ranks among the tiniest of perching birds worldwide, weighing merely five grams, equivalent to the weight of two pennies.

Differing from its fellow insectivorous counterparts like the Olive-sided Flycatcher and Golden-winged Warbler, the Golden-crowned Kinglet sustains itself with ample insect prey, allowing it to endure winter in the U.S. and Mexico. Its strategy? Endless motion! This petite borb appears ceaselessly active, tirelessly scouring for insects and their eggs, from lofty treetops to ground-level shrubbery and weeds.

Hand-painted paper collage 12-color Giclée print on archival paper.


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