blue tit


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Noun1.blue tit - widely distributed European titmouse with bright cobalt blue wings and tail and crown of the headblue tit - widely distributed European titmouse with bright cobalt blue wings and tail and crown of the head
titmouse, tit - small insectivorous birds
genus Parus, Parus - type genus of the family Paridae
Translations
sýkora modřinka
herrerillo común
sinitiainen
blåmes
References in classic literature ?
at the trees, at the green fields visible behind those trees, and at the leafless branches which surrounded the body of the small blue tit. Her sympathy with nature was exquisite.
Tyne and Wear: House sparrow; starling; blackbird; blue tit; woodpigeon; magpie; goldfinch; great tit; robin; feral pigeon.
A dead blue tit, which occupied one of the boxes, was also found.
WHITER Z SHADE OF PALE Snowflake in the garden COLOURFUL J Blue tit
The wilted flowers of my Evening Primrose perking up at dusk, as they are traditionally pollinated by moths; a spring-flowering magnolia soulangiana cheerfully flowering for the second time this year; a little blue tit taking his first shaky flight out of the nest; five tiny little polecats crossing a busy dual carriageway in single-file and safely; two barn owls "muttering" to each other in my cherry tree at dusk, and a hot air balloon quietly creeping up the valley at dawn.
As he watched the fight for the first time Iolo Williamson, one of the programme's bird experts, said: "It is a little bit like a blue tit boxing ring in there.
Andy Jones, of Holmbridge, was out and about with his camera and submitted a stunning image of a blue tit perched on a snow-covered branch.
Chaffinch; Blackbird; Woodpigeon; Collared dove; Starling; Greenfinch; Robin; Dunnock; Blue tit; House sparrow; Feral pigeon; Great tit; Goldfinch; Long-tailed tit; Magpie
The RTE presenter's idea to put a webcam in a blue tit's nest became a huge hit with amateur nature buffs across the country.
The tawny owl, chaffinch, cuckoo, great tit, greater spotted wood pecker, song thrush, bar nowl, wren, blackbird, blue tit, nightingale and robin will serenade you throughout the day.
Blue Tit families are some of the biggest around - each pair may lay as many as 14 eggs - so the parents really have their work cut out.
A female blue tit with a particularly attractive mate is more likely to have sons than a female matched with a ho-hum guy is.