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Douglas, Oregon, United States
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Passeriformes > Aegithalidae

Bushtit

Psaltriparus minimus

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Tiny, long-tailed, fluffy gray balls that are constantly in motion. Active, twittering flocks move quickly through landscapes with low bushes. Distinctly drab gray-brown, always scruffy. In flocks, except when building their nest, a hanging clump of mossy vegetation. Short, black bill. There are multiple populations that differ slightly: eye color ranges from dark to pale, and some have black cheek.

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