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This cute little Titmouse was very attentive to a second Titmouse that was perched the next tree over. He seemed to be doing his best to impress her – first trying the fluffy feather approach… …and then striking an oh … Continue reading
The tiny Tufted Titmouse is one of those birds that everyone seems to love. Fast and furtive, they tend to dart in for a quick bite to eat and then disappear back to the branches, which can make getting a clear … Continue reading
This Tufted Titmouse and Carolina Chickadee looked like they were enjoying a quick drink and a snippet of conversation.
I know “tiny houses” are all the rage these days, but in my yard, “tiny tubs” are a favorite. I enjoyed watching this Tufted Titmouse splash about in his personal sized bathing dish yesterday afternoon. Hmmm…”Tiny Tubs”…I’m thinking this just … Continue reading
Although the phrase “shades of gray” has been sullied as of late, I’m making it the mission of this post to redeem the words and restore them to noble use! And what could be more noble than using them to … Continue reading
There are many mornings my backyard birds arrive and begin looking for breakfast long before I have had a chance to refill the feeders. The more patient ones land and politely look about, like this Cardinal and Titmouse. Others, like this … Continue reading
With the Thanksgiving weekend coming to a close, it seemed like a fitting time for another lighthearted limerick…this time featuring the Tufted Titmouse. The Titmouse, you might be surprised, though dainty is daring and wise She stores away seed so … Continue reading