reliable backyard Feeder Visitor.
Titmice are not quite as easy as
chickadees, to coax to a "hand out".
This Titmouse will follow you around the yard for a Sunflower Seed.
This Titmouse shares a perch with its Cousin; a Chickadee.
This is the standard Songbird pose when there's a hawk in the
This Titmouse has learned to come when a Kitchen Window opens.
Here a Titmouse deftly maneuvers a Sunflower Seed with its nimble feet.
Titmice may occupy houses meant for Blue Birds.
Nest made of Bark, Leaves, Moss, Wood Shavings, Hair, and Snake Skin.
A clutch of Eight is more or less normal for Titmice.
Very few Songbirds make as many sounds as this songster.
||Tufted Titmouse (Baeolophus bicolor)
Female look similar. 6-1/2 inches long.
They overwinter in their nesting range.
Berries, Suet and Insects
cavities 4 feet or much higher above the ground.
Leaves, moss, dried grass, often lined with hair.
as 8 but 5 is common. White peppered with reddish speckles.
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