Juniper Titmouse

Description:

The species is a small grey bird with a small tuft or crest .The face has no distinct markings and it is also grey. Both genders are similar.

Range:

Lives in the Great Basin, but can be found in the southeastern Oregon, central Colorado south to the eastern Mojave Desert in California, and central Arizona, as far as west Texas and extreme northeastern Sonora, Mexico (the Madrean sky islands).

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Juniper Titmouse

Juniper Titmouse

Bill Shape
all-purpose
long billed
Eats
suet
sunflower-seed
Regions
arizona
california
colorado
idaho
kansas
mexico
nevada
new mexico
oklahoma
oregon
texas
utah
wyoming
Tail Shape
fan-shaped-tail
Wing Shape
rounded-wings
Action
flying
swimming
walking
Behavior
flocks
Markings
bold
Sounds
trilling
Location
high flying
low flying
north in summer
Habitat
chaparral
shrubs
Forests
Color
gray
white
rust
Body Shape
perching
Size
large
small
Order
titmice and chickadees - paridae
perching birds or songbirds - passeriformes
tits, chickadees and titmice - paridae
Conservation Status
Least Concern
Bird Species