- Description: A small bird, under 5" in length. Overall brown color, with buffy golden underparts and a distinctive white eyestripe.
- Range: Southeastern United States. Range expands northward in warmer winters, with sightings as far north as Michigan and New York, but colder winters take a toll on this non-migratory species.
- Eats: Primarily insects, but will come to feeders for beef suet, sunflower seeds and peanuts (shelled or whole). It is amusing to see one fly off with a whole peanut which sometimes appears to be as big as the bird himself.
- Breeding habits: Monogamous, mating for life. Nests in just about anything - buildings, boxes, shrubs, low trees, and planters, to name a few.
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