Bridled Titmouse

WiredMarys

Sahuarita, United States

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Canon EOS40D Lens EF100-400 f4.5-5.6L IS USM
f/5.6 1/400 ISO 200 RAW 400mm
On a nice walk in the woods Christmas day, I was playing with my “new Christmas present” and was lucky enough to snap a good photo of this little fellow.

Some Interesting Facts:
The Bridled Titmouse is the smallest North American titmouse.
Though populations appear to be steady, its limited distribution in the U.S. combined with future habitat destruction could cause problems. Destruction of oak woodlands in Mexico has caused its extirpation in some historic breeding regions.
Unlike the other titmice species, they do not hide seeds for future use. The part of the brain used to store memories of hiding places is small in this species compared with other species that frequently hide food.
A group of titmice are collectively known as a “banditry” and a “dissimulation” of titmice.

Info taken from the following site link
http://identify.whatbird.com/obj/817//BridledTitmouse.aspx

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