Tufted Titmouse Baeolophus bicolor is an attractive bird with big black eyes. Its feathers are gray above, white below, with red/brown side flanks. This makes perfect camouflage. The adults also have a black area above the bill that the juveniles lack.
Breeding pairs like to remain close together year round,
even when they join small multi species flocks for winter survival. They
do not migrate.
In the spring when nesting season begins, place
bunches of pet hair or your own hair from brushes inside a suet cage. If
you’re fortunate enough to have titmice in the area, they would love to
incorporate your offerings into the lining of their nest. They've even
been known to help themselves to horse hair and dog hair while it’s
still attached to the animal.
Is it “Titmice” or “Titmouses”? http://bit.ly/yImBcF
Camouflaged Titmouse Fits Right In http://bit.ly/w0f2us
Highlight: Solid Seed Cylinders http://goo.gl/HbISQR
Why is the Titmouse Tongue So Short? http://bit.ly/yds9Mm
Tufted Titmouse fun facts http://bit.ly/AfIA7H