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The Goldcrest is the UK's smallest bird. Their thin beak is used to pick insects out from pine needles #RealTweetWeek

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The Goldcrest is the UK's smallest bird. Their thin beak is used to pick insects out from pine needles

Young Japanese White Eye - an extremely energetic bird that is always on the move. They will hang upside down, and in just about every other position, while foraging for nectar or insects. The white-eyes often travel in flocks of 5 to 20 or more. Also known its Japanese name, Mejiro.

I spent ages yesterday trying to take photos of birds - they kept moving. I so love this photo - maybe they are glued to the perch? "We are waiting mom" by Prachit Punyapor, via

Ruby Crowned Kinglet   (photo by Jerry Ting)

fairy-wren: ruby-crowned kinglet (photo by jerry ting) fairy-wren: ruby-crowned kinglet (photo by jerry ting) (via naturesdoorways)

GOLDCREST -The Goldcrest is smaller than the Wren and is Europe's smallest bird.

GOLDCREST -The Goldcrest is smaller than the Wren and is Europe's smallest bird.

Tiny Goldcrest- with a beautiful yellow stripe.

Tiny Goldcrest- with a beautiful yellow stripe.

Yellow-rumped warbler

Paruline à Croupion Jaune // Kron-Waldsänger // Mariquita-de-Asa-Amarela // Yellow-Rumped Warbler ♀ (Setophaga Coronata)

The Ruby-crowned Kinglet (Regulus calendula) is a very small passerine bird found throughout North America. It is a member of the kinglet family. The kinglet is migratory, and its range extends from northwest Canada and Alaska south to Mexico. Its breeding habitat is spruce-fir forests in the northern, mountainous, United States and Canada.

The Ruby-crowned Kinglet (Regulus calendula) is a very small passerine bird found throughout North America. It is migratory, and its range extends from northwest Canada and Alaska south to Mexico.

Goldcrest. These feathered friends are the tiniest of the tiny.

9 of the world's smallest birds

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