Kinglet Sound Recordings Vallejo CA

Local resource for kinglet sound recordings in Vallejo, CA. 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.

Boss Robot Hobby
(510) 841-1680
2953 College Ave
Berkeley, CA
 
The Loose Caboose
(707) 258-1222
820-A Third Street
Napa, CA
 
Kit & Caboodle
(510) 524-9924
550 El Cerrito Plaza
El Cerrito, CA
 
Loose Caboose
(707) 258-1222
4225 Solano Avenue
Napa, CA
 
Boss Robot Hobbies
(510) 841-1680
2953 College Ave
Berkeley, CA
 
Napa Valley Hobbies
(707) 252-7044
810 Randolph Street
Napa, CA
 
Just Trains
(925) 685-6566
5650-H Imhoff Drive
Concord, CA
 
Dollhouses
(415) 883-0388
Trains & More 14 Commercial Boulevard Suite 111
Novato, CA
 
Dollhouses, Trains & More
(415) 883-0388
300 Entrada Drive
Novato, CA
 
Nick's Hobbies
(707) 429-2232
3031 Travis Boulevard
Fairfield, CA
 

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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