Cole Tit (Parus ater); Marsh Tit (Parus palustris).

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Marsh Tit

Marsh Tit

Poecile - Marsh Tits are mainly found in the UK. They nest in pre-made holes, not making their own holes.

Marsh tit - Closely related to the Willow. It is small (around 12 cm long and weighing 12 g) with a black crown and nape, pale cheeks, brown back and greyish-brown wings and tail.

Marsh Tit (Parus palustris)

Marsh Tit (Parus palustris)

Marsh Tit

Marsh Tit

Marsh Tit - England

A small, mainly brown bird with a shiny black cap, dark 'bib' and pale belly.

Marsh Tit food

Marsh Tit food, Marsh Tit seed, feeding Marsh Tit's, Wild Bird Food for Marsh Tit's from Wild Bird Food Direct

Sumpfmeise/Marsh Tit: Thanks for the Nut! by SigrunBrueggenthies

Sumpfmeise/Marsh Tit: Thanks for the Nut! by SigrunBrueggenthies

Marsh Tit, Lithuania,

Marsh Tit, Lithuania, photo by by Tadas Naujokaitis, who states: I took this photo of Marsh Tit in the forest near my home. From Wild Wonders of Europe, photo competition

Marsh Tit of the UK The Marsh Tit (Parus palustris) is very similar in appearance to the Coal Tit and there is often a problem with identification. The Marsh Tit inhabits gardens, woods, parks and marshes. These birds may be found mostly in the UK and Wales, particularly in the southern regions

The Marsh Tit is very similar in appearance to the Willow Tit and inhabits woods, parkes and gardens. They are considered a priority species for conservation concern in the UK

Marsh Tit of the UK The Marsh Tit (parus palustris) is very remarkably similar to a Willow Tit and there is often a problem with identification.They live in woods, parks and gardens. The preferred habitat is moist mature deciduous woodland, especially Beech and Oak, although they may be seen at a lower level among thick undergrowth looking for food. Gardens are not visitied as often as Blue Tits and Great Tits .They  are resident birds in the UK who may be seen mostly in southern England and…

The Marsh Tit is very similar in appearance to the Willow Tit and inhabits woods, parkes and gardens. They are considered a priority species for conservation concern in the UK

Marsh tit perched on blossom

A small, mainly brown bird with a shiny black cap, dark 'bib' and pale belly.

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