(Picture by Daniel Bensen)
    The redshrouded minny (Paramicrofugiacolubris) is a denizen the p-Sequoia forests of western North America, where it feeds upon gnats, wasps, and insect larvae high up in the branches of the giant conifers.  Common, but rarely seen, these minnies construct nests of spidersilk and lichen (as do their cousins, the hummingbirds) and are not at all vocal.
(Text by Daniel Bensen)
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