Golden-crowned Kinglet - Regulus satrapa
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The Golden-crowned Kinglet is a small passerine with a black crown with a yellow stripe down the middle. They are found in North America. Year-round residents are on the west coast, while kinglets who migrate breed in Canada and winter throughout the U.S. into Mexico.
Diet includes insects and their eggs.