Tag Archives: Coal Tit

Bird Spotting

For small birds, they aren’t half noisy! You can usually hear the Long Tailed Tits before you see them, but this time they were joined by some Blue Tits and even what I think is a Coal Tit.

  

 

The Coal Tit seems to be one of the few birds that can successfully get the seeds from this particular feeder. It stays just long enough to grab a seed, before flying into the undergrowth to eat it.


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Another visitor to the bird bath

Last year we spotted a Coal Tit in the garden multiple times over the course of Spring and Summer, and this spring has seen the return of this small bird. The RSPB say it’s a regular visitor to peanut feeders, but in our garden it likes to sit in the ornamental quince tree, and have a dip in the bird bath every now and then.


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