“The Tufted Titmouse is a little gray bird with black-button eyes which is found in the eastern U.S. They are closely related to chickadees, both being woodland residents, cavity nesters and as birds go very active. Both species may be found foraging along with woodpeckers, juncos and various members of the sparrow family during the winter months. In spring and summer their primary food source is insects and their larvae while in fall and winter it is mainly seeds, nuts, and wild fruits.” – Carl Kurtz
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