The Female Kinglet at the Backyard – Critter 34

Thursday, March 9, 2023

We have talked about a crown Kinglet at previous post:

- A Ruby Crowned Kinglet – Critter 29 | Tanza Erlambang Update



Fig 01- A female Kinglet sitting on the branch.


We just spot a bird we never seen before at backyard a couple days ago. After identification through Google ID, the application said “Kinglet bird.”


So what is different with “a ruby crown Kinglet?”


As I wrote at previous post :”Crown is a sex identification, and red crown refer to males. It is said that crown is important to build communications between a male and a male or a male and a female.”


In addition, you may see a white wing bar (please see Fig 01 above) as one of identifications for female Kinglet.



Fig 02- A garden, Illustration only


Female Kinglets produce eggs just once a year, about 4 to 10 eggs with incubation period for 14 days. Interestingly, both males and females take care their babies.



Fig 03- A male of ruby crown Kinglet (taken from previous post)


Have you seen both male and female Kinglets in your areas?


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12 comments:

  1. ...a bird that I don't know.

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  2. Beautiful birds.
    Have a nice weekend.

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  3. Have a great day ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’–✨

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  4. The Kinglets are adorable birds, Great sightings. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, have a happy weekend.

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    1. Thanks to visit my post:
      The Female Kinglet at the Backyard – Critter 34
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      We have talked about a crown Kinglet at previous post:
      - A RUBY CROWNED KINGLET – CRITTER 29 | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE

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  5. I know we have them here but I haven't made a positive ID. Thanks for the photos and the info!

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  6. It is very pretty! Thank you for the ID cues.

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    1. Thanks to visit my post:
      The Female Kinglet at the Backyard – Critter 34
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      We have talked about a crown Kinglet at previous post:
      - A RUBY CROWNED KINGLET – CRITTER 29 | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE

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