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    • Baeolophus inornatus
    • Parus inornatus
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    • Carbonero sencillo
  • English
    • Oak Titmouse
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Recent observations

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What

Oak Titmouse Baeolophus inornatus

Observer

jmaughn

Date

August 26, 2015

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Oak Titmouse Baeolophus inornatus

Date

August 22, 2015

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What

Oak Titmouse Baeolophus inornatus

Observer

jon_sullivan

Date

July 23, 2015 12:11 PM PDT

Photos / Sounds

What

Oak Titmouse Baeolophus inornatus

Observer

rjadams55

Date

February 24, 2012

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Square

What

Oak Titmouse Baeolophus inornatus

Observer

tnewman

Date

July 21, 2015

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Square

What

Oak Titmouse Baeolophus inornatus

Observer

nlaroche

Date

July 31, 2015 11:46 AM PDT

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No photos or sounds

What

Oak Titmouse Baeolophus inornatus

Observer

dpadley

Date

July 27, 2015 05:30 PM PDT

Description

Flew over deck and alighted in juniper. Flew downslope with the arrival of flock of bushtits.

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Oak Titmouse Baeolophus inornatus

Date

July 18, 2015

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Square

What

Oak Titmouse Baeolophus inornatus

Date

July 18, 2015

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Oak Titmouse Baeolophus inornatus

Observer

luke2

Date

July 18, 2015

Place

Napa, CA (Google, OSM)

Photos / Sounds

What

Oak Titmouse Baeolophus inornatus

Observer

richardwasson

Date

July 10, 2015

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What

Oak Titmouse Baeolophus inornatus

Observer

richardwasson

Date

July 7, 2015
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Description from Wikipedia

The Oak Titmouse (Baeolophus inornatus) is a passerine bird in the tit family Paridae. The American Ornithologists' Union split the Plain Titmouse into the Oak Titmouse and the Juniper Titmouse in 1996, due to distinct differences in song, preferred habitat, and genetic makeup.

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Conservation Summary

    Source: BirdLife International (2011) IUCN Red List for birds. Downloaded from http://www.birdlife.org on 31/07/2011.