Goldcrest (Regulus regulus)
Description: From top it is olive green, with a yellow orange stripe on the head bill to nape, limited by black bars on the sides. In the under-parts the bird is rufous yellowish white. The tail feathers are olive red-brown. There are two lateral light bars on the wings, and some minor white spots.
Habitat: Goldcrests inhabit coniferous forests, in particular fir woods. After nesting, in the times of nomadic moves and in the winter, they can be encountered in mixed and even deciduous woods.
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