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coal tit

n
(Animals) a small European songbird, Parus ater, having a black head with a white patch on the nape: family Paridae (tits)
Translations
sýkora uhelníček
carbonero garrapinos
kuusitiainen

coal tit

n (Zool) → cincia mora
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In the event I had to settle for jays, great spotted woodpeckers, siskins, coal tits and chaffinches, plus our friends the red squirrels.
Blackbirds and coal tits and magpies and wood pigeons.
Watching other visitors, including great spotted woodpeckers, redpolls and bramblings, as well as great, blue and coal tits, while enjoying my morning coffee have helped to keep me chirpy amid the global doom and gloom.
For instance, sunflower hearts attract coal tits and chaffinches, a ground mix will work for dunnocks and wrens, while sparrows eat almost anything.
The mild winter also meant that more small birds than normal, such as long-tailed tits and coal tits, were around.
Since 2006, the average number of long-tailed tits seen in UK gardens has increased by 525, while great tits numbers have gone up by 135 and coal tits by 9%.
For instance, sunflower hearts will attract coal tits and chaffinches, a ground mix will work for dunnocks and wrens, while sparrows eat almost anything.
But more positively, numbers of blue tits, great tits, coal tits and goldfinches have actually increased in our gardens during this period.
Sightings of popular species like blue tits, great tits and coal tits in gardens have increased since 1979.
Over 60 species are known to have used nestboxes, the most regular residents include blue, great and coal tits, starlings, robins and tree sparrows, depending on the type of box, it''s location and surroundings.
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.
Other small garden birds saw an increase, including coal tits, with sightings up by a quarter on 2015's count, and great tits, which were up almost 15%, the survey showed.