At the bird feeder. Walk on trees.
12 appeared near a birdfeeder after a recording of various birds mobbing a Screech Owl was played.
A few reacted to a random alarm cry.
In a flock of four or five, found near bird feeder during song playback.
2 tufted titmouse were spotted by a bird feeder. The feeder was in a white pine stand ecotone adjacent to a deciduous tree stand.
There were what looked like 2 Tufted-titmice in Centennial Park. They were a good distance away but I saw what appeared to be a crest on their heads and they had a mainly grayish body. As the flew away I believe I saw red on the undersides of the wings.
Tufted head, gray color, near feeder.
8 (Came because of predator class, in pines high up)
2(another feeder site---staghorn sumac/edge habitat)
I saw one Tufted Titmouse join in the Chickadees' mobbing of the feeder box, but only briefly. According to my professor, about 8 more were chilling in an eastern white pine trees to our left, silently observing the observers.
Christmas Bird Count
Foraging in a group near the waters edge
Baeolophus is a genus of bird, commonly known as titmice in the Paridae family, all of which are native to North America. In the past, most authorities retained Baeolophus as a subgenus within the genus Parus, but treatment as a distinct genus, initiated by the American Ornithologists Union, is now widely accepted.