Smallest t bird we have ever seen

by Randy Hathaway
(Oshawa)

My wife has seen a song bird about one inch long very tiny, smaller than a prune it is Creamy beige and a green/yellow hue in color. They come back each year to the same trees close by our home.

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Dec 11, 2015
Tiny bird. Flinch?
by: Sunny

Trying to identify a very small bird also Tiny but all body parts apparent looks like a minature bird. Flits in the pine trees sounds like a finch. South east Florida

Sep 07, 2015
Smallest bird we ever seen
by: Randy Hatyaway

No it is smaller than a humming bird, I will try and get a photo of this bird and also there is another one a bit bigger that flew into our widow and knocked itself out but was able to later fly away. That particular bird my son-in-law couldn't believe how small it was and when my wife said there is another one even smaller he said No Way!!!! My daughter has a camera and we will try and get a photo.

Randy

Sep 04, 2015
smallest t bird we have seen
by: Brook

Hi Randy, I have never heard of any bird that small in the states other than a hummingbird. Hummers do call and chirp, are you certain it isn't a hummingbird? You might try a feeder to see if it will eat from it. When my hummingbird feeders are empty the birds sit on the fence by my patio and chirp like crazy until I fill it.

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