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Golden-crowned Kinglet
(Regulus satrapa)


Golden-crowned Kinglet Information
Length: 3.5 - 4"

Breeding Habitat: Usually dense, coniferous forests, especially where spruce or fir are present. Also, mixed woodlands.

Golden-crowned Kinglet
Photo © Mike Danzenbaker
Winter Habitat: Coniferous forests, Click to enlarge
mixed woodlands, deciduous forests (especially
with thickets or shrubby growth), swamps, pine groves,
and suburban areas.
Diet: Mainly small insects, small spiders, insect larvae, spider eggs, mites. Insects include bark lice, small beetles, aphids, scale insects, springtails, midges, and many others. In winter, diet includes some seeds.
Golden-crowned Kinglet ID tipsIdentification tips for Golden-crowned Kinglet
Range Maps:
(Click map to enlarge.)
G-Crowned Kinglet Breeding Map G-Crowned Kinglet Winter Map      USGS
Breeding Map          Winter Map (CBC)     
Additional Information:
Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Photo, description, similar species, sound, range, habitat, food, behavior, reproduction, and conservation status.



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