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Paridae Babes: 3 - Coal Tit

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And another little one on the same twig.

Although looking similar to the Great Tit, the Coal is smaller and lacks the stripe on its chest. It will develop a small bib under the beak and will have a white patch on the back of its head and neck.
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carrps

Oh, I hope you do see one! I know I rejoice every time I see a healthy bee. It feels a bit weird, though.

WillTapper

Yes, carrps, it is pretty much in constant use. With adult birds as well. A safe lookout post. Predators are unlikely to try a strike, due to the thick, sharp thorns of the huge rosebush. And I thought it would make an interesting short series. Sadly, I wasn't able to include the young of the Long-Tailed Tit, the fourth of the Paridae family which I regularly see in this part of the country, but unfortunately I have seen none of them at all this year. And I've no idea why :-(((

carrps

It looks like that rose branch really is the waiting room!

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