The Verdin is a very small bird. At 4.5 inches in length, it rivals the Bushtit as one of the smallest passerines in North America. It is gray overall, and adults have a bright yellow head and rufous shoulder patch . Unlike the tits, it has a sharply pointed bill.

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The Verdin is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

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The Verdin (Auriparus flaviceps) is a species of penduline tit. It is the only species in the genus Auriparus, and the only species in the family to be found in the New World. The Verdin is a very small bird. At 4.5 inches in length, it rivals the Bushtit as one of the smallest passerines in North America. It is gray overall, and adults have a bright yellow head and rufous "shoulder patch" (the lesser coverts). More

Verdins are permanent residents of the southwestern United States and northern Mexico, ranging from southeastern California to Texas, throughout Baja California and into central Mexico, north of the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt. References - 1. ^ BirdLife International (2004). Auriparus flaviceps. 2006. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN 2006. Retrieved on 10 May 2006. More

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northern Mexico, the Verdin is the only North American member of the penduline-tit family (Remizidae). Vocal and often conspicuous despite its size, it builds a large enclosed nest in thorny scrub. More

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The verdin is found in deserts in southern California, southern Arizona, and northern Mexico. It feeds on insects, nuts, and berries. The female lays three to five greenish spotted eggs in a hanging nest on a cactus limb. The nest may be used as a roost throughout the year. The verdin is Auriparus flaviceps of the the family Certhiidae. Related TopicsCanary Canary, a small finch. More

Verdin lives in arid parts of the southwestern U.S. and northern Mexico, the Fire-capped Tit is found in Southern and Eastern Asia, and the Tit-hylia in eastern and central Africa. Several species of penduline tit are migratory, although this behaviour is only shown in species found in Asia and Europe; African species and the Verdin are apparently sedentary. More

Verdin Carrying Nest MaterialVerdins are small, industrious birds that build nests throughout the year. Usually when a bird is observed carrying nesting material, like the Verdin to the left, it is a sure sign that soon eggs will be laid in the nest. However, some birds build "roost" nests and "brood" nests. The roost nests are used as a temporary home until the next nest is built. Once in late September I happened on a Verdin just starting a nest. More

The Verdin is a resident species of the Southwestern desert including the Mojave, Sonora, and Chihuahuan Deserts (Webster 1999). This species range includes southeastern California (Grinnell and Miller 1944, Webster 1999), the southern tip of Nevada (Johnson and Richardson 1952) to the extreme southwestern corner of Utah (Behle et al. More

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Verdin that appears common when first seen. The Verdin is smaller than the largest North American Humming Bird. The beak of the Verdin is much shorter than their head with a sharp tip. Their wings are long and rounded. It inhabits areas of the desert in Southern Arizona and some environments south. It is a common bird in the dry sections of Northern Mexico, the southern portions of Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, and in Lower California. More

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Tiny and rather plain, the Verdin seems quite unremarkable at first sight. But it is among the most characteristic birds of the desert, and it has one notable distinction: it is not closely related to any other bird in the western hemisphere. For a while it was placed, uneasily, in the same family as the chickadees, which it resembles in size and in hyperactive behavior. Scientists now believe that its closest relatives are several species of small, plain birds found in Europe, Asia, and Africa. More

Verdins are Found in Five Southwest States and Throughout Mexico - Share Article | Jan 8, 2010 Bob Bowers A non-migratory permanent resident of Southwestern deserts, the Verdin is an acrobatic insect eater. Verdins also eat fruit and berries, and are nectar robbers, as well. More

* Behavior: Verdins move and behave much like chickadees, flitting about singly or in pairs in search of food, often hanging upsides down to reach the underside of leaves. They are generally tolerant of people except during the nesting season. The diet consists mainly of insects but small spiders, berries, small fruits, and sometimes seeds are also taken. More

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Verdin - Nice profile of this desert bird presented by the "Arizona - Sonora Desert Museum" Web site in Tucson. The following "WAV" format sound file is copyright protected by Doug Van Gausig of Sedona, Arizona, as part of the "Sounds of Nature" Web site: * More

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Verdins are permanent residents of the southwestern United States and Mexico, ranging from southeastern California to Texas, throughout Baja California and into central Mexico. Copyright: Wikipedia. This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. It uses material from - Relevant Web Resources: USGS ... ... More

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Order : Passeriformes
Family : Remizidae
Genus : Auriparus
Species : flaviceps
Authority : (Sundevall, 1850)