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Juniper Titmouse
Juniper Titmouse

Physical Traits: The Juniper Titmouse is a small gray bird with plain gray face, small tuft or crest on its head, and small dark eye and bill. It is paler gray below with a long tail. It is almost identical to the closely-related Oak Titmouse, which has a browner back. The Juniper Titmouse was considered a subspecies of the Plain Titmouse, which was split into this species and the Oak Titmouse in 1996.

Habitat: The Juniper Titmouse lives year-round in dry, open woodlands in the Great Basin, preferring juniper woods. Nest of grass, moss, mud, fur and feathers are built in a tree cavity, crevice, fence-post hole or nest box. The species may be seen hanging upside down, foraging on foliage and bark, or hammering seeds against a branch to open them.

Recommended Feeder: Large hopper, large tube feeder, platform, small hopper, or small tube feeder

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States and Regions Found: Great Basin which includes the southwestern states of Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico, as well as eastern California and Oregon.

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