Brown-eyed bushtit on the salvia shrub

The brown-eyed bushtits visit the garden several times a day, in a flock of at least a dozen.

They seem to find a lot of insects to eat, flying from shrub to shrub, tree to tree.

From a distance they look like cute little balls of fluff, but they actual have very intense expressions.

This one is checking a salvia shrub for insects.

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