The Tufted Titmice here live in the fringe of Oaks and Hickories along the street in front of my driveway. They fly up to grab a bite of seed at the bird feeder at my front porch. Every now and then, a Tufted Titmouse will stick around the yard and perch in a pond-side Oak. I took these pictures a few days ago here.
The little Tufted Titmice are ever-so-interesting to watch. Some will come up to the porch railing to crack-open their Sunflower Seed prize. Some will also spend a few moments just perched on the bird feeder pole, basking in the sun. It has turned cold here so most of the birds just quickly come to the feeder and then leave for their cozy nest homes elsewhere. The little grey and buff and Apricot-colored birds are sweet and I was very glad to have had them here. Please click on the thumbnail image to see the larger picture. Enjoy!