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TITSThat Is to Say
TITSTaking It Too Seriously
TITSTry It to See
TITSThink It Through Stupid
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Garden broods of blue tits are traditionally slightly smaller than those found in nests in the countryside.
Their noisy approach to nest-building can also draw the attention of more common Blue and Great Tits, which then occupy the new nest hole.
But the RSPB said it was curious to see how the figures might change this year, following a positive year for some resident British birds including greenfinches, chaffinches, blue tits, great tits and long-tailed tits.
In assessing a territory's food potential, great tits must have a keen awareness of what moth activity there is in the chosen patch.
The largest concentration of willow tits in the region is in the Great Manchester Wetlands, centred on Wigan and then stretching out to Bolton and Salford.
They always used to feed on the ground, or on bird tables, but they have learnt how to perch on seed and nut feeders, like sparrows and blue tits.
Other small garden birds saw numbers increase, including coal tits, with sightings in gardens up by a quarter on 2015's count, and great tits, which were up almost 15 per cent, the survey showed.
Long-tailed tits, and other smaller birds, have adapted to feeding on seeds and peanuts at bird tables or from hanging feeders.
Warmer weather leading up to the 2016 Big Garden Birdwatch in January helped boost numbers of long-tailed tits by 44% on last year, bringing them into the top 10 most commonly spotted birds for the first time in seven years.
But it is the tiny long-tailed tit which is getting experts in a bit of a flap, with a huge increase in sightings making it one of the 10 most commonly seen birds in the county.
Long-tailed tits only live for two or three years, and it has long been thought that large numbers died during cold winters.
Washington, Aug 14 ( ANI ): A new study suggests that female blue tits with brightly coloured crowns are better mums than duller birds.