We need more Titmice

Photo by Chris Bosak A Tufted Titmouse perches on a pole near a birdfeeding station, Oct. 2014.

Photo by Chris Bosak
A Tufted Titmouse perches on a pole near a birdfeeding station, Oct. 2014.

Last week I posted a photo of Tufted Titmouse that I saw outside my window at my birdfeeding station. It kicked off a short series of photos I posted of common backyard feeder birds.

But, of course, I had more than just one photo of Tufted Titmice. So here are a few more photos of this small and lovable blue-gray bird. So far this fall Tufted Titmice have been the most numerous and reliable birds at my feeder. I can’t complain about that.

More photos below:

Photo by Chris Bosak A Tufted Titmouse perches on a sunflower stalk near a birdfeeding station, Oct. 2014.

Photo by Chris Bosak
A Tufted Titmouse perches on a sunflower stalk near a birdfeeding station, Oct. 2014.

Photo by Chris Bosak A Tufted Titmouse perches on a sunflower stalk near a birdfeeding station, Oct. 2014.

Photo by Chris Bosak
A Tufted Titmouse perches on a sunflower stalk near a birdfeeding station, Oct. 2014.

Photo by Chris Bosak A Tufted Titmouse perches on a pole near a birdfeeding station, Oct. 2014.

Photo by Chris Bosak
A Tufted Titmouse perches on a pole near a birdfeeding station, Oct. 2014.

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4 thoughts on “We need more Titmice

  1. Hey,

    You’ve come a long way with your camera. These and some of your other recent pix have been beautiful………very envious of your work. jim

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  2. Dear Chris: Regarding our friend the Titmouse! We have a large Beech Tree in our backyard – and have had a large branch cut off – leaving a hole into which water collects. We have seen a huge number of birds taking a drink from our tree “water fountain”. The Tufted Titmouse is always thirsty and takes about four sips – then flys off. We also have Blue Jays flying in for a drink as well as a few Junkos. Hoping you always have a great day seeing the beauty around us! Mary Ann Ancker

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