Kinglet Sound Recordings Provo UT

Local resource for kinglet sound recordings in Provo, UT. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to kinglet sound recordings, kinglet song recordings, and kinglet bird houses, as well as advice and content on attracting kinglets, kinglet feeders, kinglet types, and kinglet descriptions.

Hobby Stop
(801) 226-7947
327 East 1200 South #10
Orem, UT
 
HobbyTown USA
(801) 224-3577
Festival Shopping Center
Orem, UT
 
Hobby HQ
(801) 794-4995
883 East 600 North
Spanish Fork, UT
 
Provo Rental Scooters
(601) 297-5758
445 W 400 N #8
Provo, UT
 
Pine Meadows Soap Making Supplies
(801) 221-0483
1038 S 350 E
Provo, UT
Store Type
Storefront/ warehouse

Hobby Stop LC
(801) 226-7947
327 East 1200 South # 10
Orem, UT
 
Best Bilt Hobbies
(801) 798-8727
1320 S 2000 W
Springville, UT
 
A Mad Man's Hobby Store
(801) 766-9185
127 East State Street
Lehi, UT
 
STI
(801) 375-6805
1018 South 350 East
Provo, UT
 
Antares Scale Models
(801) 607-5205
512 North Beverly Ave
Orem, UT
 

Golden-crowned Kinglet

Regulus satrapa L 4" (10cm)

Photo by Maslowski Wildlife Productions.

Listen to a golden-crowned kinglet.

Golden-crowned kinglets are birds of coniferous forests, especially spruce, in all seasons. It is much rarer to find one in deciduous habitat. They pick for food among clumps of needles and on cones, from which they can often be spotted hanging upside down as they probes between the scales. Even high in the trees the brightly striped head and the golden crown are distinctive and easy to spot.

The song is a variable three-part series of high thin see notes, the third part typically lower, faster, and somewhat jumbled. The common call is a high thin see , sometimes given in a short series. The song and the call are easy to miss, especially if there is any other source of noise nearby.

This sound file requires RealPlayer . Bird song courtesy of Lang Elliott, NatureSound Studio . ...

Author: Bird Watcher's Digest

Copyright2010 Bird Watcher's Digest

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