A group of california quail males sit huddled together in a patch of sunshine, Tomales Bay State Park - creating a design of shape and color.
Ruby-crowned kinglet, Tomales Bay State park
Female Townsend warbler, Tomales Bay State Park
Hutton's vireo - looks very much like the kinglet, but shape and color of bill is different, and all black legs and feet.
Hutton's vireo with a dried leaf, Tomales Bay State Park
Anna's hummer sits in a sunny spot, surrounded by tiny spidery webs, Tomales Bay State Park
Many small birds flock together with the chestnut-backed chickadees as they make their way through the woods. This one in Tomales Bay State Park is stopped in its tracks by the camera, as if saying, "what the heck - "
Another kinglet, Tomales Bay State Park
Another female Townsend warbler looks down through the foliage.
This wrentit on a recent drive down Willowcreek road, near Jenner.
Another view, wrentit, Willowcreek road, near Jenner.