FireCappedTit

November 12, 2017 – Fire-capped Tit (Cephalopyrus flammiceps)

These small birds are found through the Himalayas into parts of South and Southeast Asia and southern China. They eat small invertebrates, along with plant material, such as flower buds and young leaves. Usually breeding between April and June, they are monogamous and build their nests in tree cavities from grasses, rootlets, and other materials.

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