crested tit


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crested tit

n
(Animals) a small European songbird, Parus cristatus, that has a greyish-brown plumage with a prominent speckled black-and-white crest: family Paridae (tits)
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Translations
sýkora parukářka
Haubenmeise
töyhtötiainen

crested tit

nHaubenmeise f
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Each of the mature pine trees has its own character and, if you are lucky, you will see a red squirrel, a crested tit or a pine marten on one of the branches.
It's an important site for species such as capercaillie and crested tit but has suffered deforestation over the centuries due to deer, sheep and commercial conifer plantations.
Last week's predictions weren't too bad as I managed to see nutcracker, snowfinch, alpine accentor and alpine chough in the hills whilst the valleys held red-backed shrike, firecrest, marsh and crested tit, and serin among others.
What you can see all year round are members of the tit family: the blue tit, willow tit, marsh tit, crested tit, great tit, and others.
When we met up to get a taste of things to come, he explained: 'These create a whole range of employment, including tourism and recreation, agriculture, forestry and sporting estate management, but also the characteristic wildlife such as pine marten, capercaillie, Scottish crossbill and crested tit.
The crested tit, found only in ancient Scottish pines, makes its own nest hole in the huge trees.
Coherence, composition and territories of winter social groups of the Willow Tit Parus montanus and the Crested Tit P.
His book, Chrissie, features a crested tit - found mainly in the Caledonian pine forest of the north-east - and is his first set in Scotland.
Effects of food addition to willow tit Parus montanus and crested tit P.