Tufted Titmouse (Baeolophus bicolor)

The wooded area near the volleyball field in my neighbourhood is a great location for bird photography.

The woods surrounding the volleyball courts near my home have provided ample opportunity to photograph birds this week. After the Carolina Wren departed, a Tufted Titmouse arrived at the same small bush and called loudly from one of its branches.

Tufted Titmice are another common bird species found in the eastern United States and are known for their distinctive tufted crest on their heads. Tufted Titmice have a varied diet that includes insects, seeds, nuts, and berries. They forage actively in trees and shrubs, searching for insects and picking seeds and berries from plants.

Author: Khürt Williams

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