bluetit


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bluetit

(ˈbluːˌtɪt)
n
(Animals) a common European tit, Parus caeruleus, having a blue crown, wings, and tail, yellow underparts, and a black and grey head
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bluetit

[ˈbluːtɪt] Nherrerillo m (común)

bluetit

[ˈbluːˌtɪt] ncinciarella
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It was of a proud bluetit teaching her babies to fly.
Joseph Randall, from LIchfield, meets a two-week-old Suffolk White lamb on a crisp sunny day at Ash End House Farm, Middleton, near Tamworth Picture, RICHARD EATON; A bluetit among the spring blossom JP040308Sun-08; Sheep and new-born lambs in the field at Ash End House Farm JP040308Sun-06; Catkins dangle in the breeze JP040308Sun-10; Bark begins to flake as trees shed their winter coat JP040308Sun-03; A chaffinch takes a rest from his search for food JP040308Sun-09; Crocus flowers bask in the watery sunlight JP040308Sun-04; Snowdrops in the churchyard of St Mary's Church, Burford, Shropshire JP040308Sun-04
So in best Valerie Singleton tradition, I took a Stanley knife, a large plastic milk carton, a few screws, and came up with an instant extension to chez bluetit.
The first -- featuring Holly the bluetit in the bath -- is on air now.
From the bay window of this magnificent old house, I can see rabbits on the lawn, ducks on a tiny jetty and a bluetit wrestling with a hanging bag of nuts.
THE Catford stewards are to hold an inquiry into the improved performance of Elbony Bluetit winner of the fourth race at the track on Thursday night.
Other favourites of mine were Northern Demon, who ran in the 700-yard races, Bearla and Exvale Bluetit.
Last month the Telegraph reported how Ellie, the mother bluetit, had opened her own "maternity wing" at the Elephant and Castle pub in Alderman's Green.
FEEDING TIME A greenfinch, bluetit and robin enjoy a variety of winter foods, which encourage wildlife to gardens.
1 House sparrow 2 Bluetit 3 Chaffinch 4 Starling 5 Blackbird 6 Great 7 Greenfinch 8 Robin 9 Collared dove 10 Coal tit UK results for the top 10 birds in the 2002 Big Garden Birdwatch survey:
Members had the joy of watching as, one by one, bluetit chicks left the nest for the first time.
Blaumeise or Bluetit (pictured), with the shades reversed ( pale blue central flowers and dark ones round the outside.