long-tailed tit


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long-tailed tit

n
(Animals) a small European songbird, Aegithalos caudatus, with a black, white, and pink plumage and a very long tail: family Paridae (tits)
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Rings have been fitted to six common garden species - hedge sparrow, great tit, robin, long-tailed tit, blue tit and coal tit.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Climate change may be bad news for billions, but scientists at the University of Sheffield have discovered one unlikely winner -- a tiny British bird, the long-tailed tit.
In the picture there's the ghostly form of a long-tailed tit.
I deliberately bought a huge turkey this year after my dad was given the responsibility of getting one last year and got one the size of a long-tailed tit.
This is because I deliberately bought a huge turkey after my dad was given the responsibility of getting one last year and got one the size of a long-tailed tit.
Long tailed tit The long-tailed tit makes a tennis-ball sized nest out of moss and spiders' webs.
Results show that one of the prettiest and daintiest birds, the long-tailed tit (right), has taken UK gardens by storm with numbers of this highly sociable bird almost doubled compared to last year.
The long-tailed tit was also a victim of the weather and its numbers fell by 27%, after making it into the top 10 most commonly spotted birds in last year's count, while coal tits fell by 20%.
We do five festive cards featuring robins and together they are the top-selling bird, but the top-selling card pack is the one featuring the firecrest, blue tit and long-tailed tit.
The cold season is the perfect time to see colourful woodland birds such as bullfinch, great-spotted woodpecker and long-tailed tit gathering to feed at Hawthorn Wood in the centre, which is open every day except Christmas Day.
The bright-painted woodpecker yells, And the long-tailed tit gently warns of marauders.
Perhaps the long-tailed tit is the true master craftsman of the bird world.