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Casual vagrant to Kansas.
Mountain meadows and forests , pine-oak woodland, arid shrubland observed at 7500 feet. Readily visits garden feeders, even in urban areas.
The nest is cup-shaped and secured to a branch by spiders' webs. The 2 white eggs are incubated by the female for 16 days. The young fledge 23 days later.
The diet includes nectar and insects.
The wings of the male make a high-pitched whistling noise.
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