Birds of North America
Lives, Habitats & Pictures of the Titmice
The titmice are mostly southern birds, the only exception being the Tufted Titmouse, whose range takes it into Southern Ontario, Canada.
There are five types of titmice found in North America, including the Black-crested Titmouse, who until recently has been broken apart from
the Tufted Titmouse. Titmice are active birds, easily identified and located by their constant chattering as they move about.
The Oak Titmouse and Juniper Titmouse are very similar in appearance, mostly grey-colored bodies and no real identification markers
on them. These two birds are found in the south-western states. There, you will also find the Bridled Titmouse, easily recognized by the
black barring on its face. The Black-crested Titmouse is found in south-eastern Texas and into Mexico. The Tufted Titmouse has
the biggest range, and is seen anywhere in the eastern parts of the USA.
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Classic Collection of North American Birds