I think these little pudgy guys are about as cute as can be with their little eyebrows. They are very tiny, very fast, and flit rapidly from branch to branch, hardly ever giving a clear view to someone with a camera.
They look a little different during breeding season when a black cap replaces the eyebrow look.
These warblers are common in the Phoenix area during the winter and leave for the summer. They, too, are very small and never stop moving. There are 2 who hang out in our yard, zipping through the mesquite tree, trying to avoid me.
Same with these little warblers. They’re all over the place in the winter and also are very quick, preferring to place obstacles between themselves and photographers.
And then there are our little acrobatic Verdin friends, not much larger than a hummingbird and always busy and on the go.
It’s fun to watch all these little guys this time of year and very challenging to get a clear shot.