Brown-eyed bushtit and the abutilon blossom


When the brown-eyed bushtits descend upon the garden they always travel in flocks of at least twelve. There is always a lot of activity and twittering as they fly through the foliage, picking insects off leaves and blossoms.

This individual was dining on a meal of insects from the base of a blossom on the Redvein Indian mallow shrub.

And when the feast was over, it was time to fly to another plant.

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