Birds of St. Charles County, MO
Tufted Titmouse

Tufted Titmouse
Baeolophus bicolor

Size: 6"

Male: Slate gray bird a white chest and belly. Pointed crest. Flanks are washed in a rusty brown. Gray legs and dark eyes.

Female: Same as male.

Juvenile: Same as adult.

Nest: Female builds a cavity and takes over a former woodpecker hole. Two broods per year.

Eggs: 5-7; white with brown markings

Incubation: 13-14 days; female incubates

Fledging: 15-18 days; male and female feed young

Migration: The Tufted Titmouse can be found in St. Charles County year round.

Food: Insects, seeds, fruit, and will come to seed and suet feeders.

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