January 21, 2016

Tufted Titmouse


Nature lives at the WooFDriver’s home too! The Tufted Titmouse(Baeolophus bicolor) is a frequent visitor to his feeder as they are common in the eastern forest areas under 2000 feet elevation. Their large black eyes give them their name as they resemble a mouse’s eyes. They have a pointed crest on top their heads and a stout bill making it easy to identify them even in silhouette. They are very agile flying through the tree canopy, hanging from the end of twigs and dropping into feeders.¬†They can be seen feeding with chickadees, nuthatches and woodpeckers.

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Enjoy these photos the WooFDriver has taken!
Tufted Titmouse


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