Last week a small flock of 5 golden-crowned kinglets visited the garden.
They are about the size of a hummingbird and can survive temperatures up to -40 degrees Fahrenheit by snuggling together in the cold.
They don’t really sit still for more than a second or two.
They bathed, preened their feathers and created quite a splash!
They spend most of their time way up high in the forest canopy.
This is the first time that I spotted golden-crowned kinglets here in our Portland Garden.
And just as quickly as they appeared in the garden
they disappeared into the forest.
Which birds are visiting your garden right now?