coal tit on frosty branch to illustrate feeding birds in winter tips

Top tips for feeding birds in autumn and winter

Mallerenga petita - Carbonero garrapinos - Periparus ater - Coal Tit

Another bird listed on the rspb great british bird watch this year in our garden.

Coal tit . Saw one like this in the garden today.

The Coal Tit [Periparus ater] is a passerine bird in the tit family Paridae. It is a widespread and common resident breeder throughout temperate to subtropical Eurasia and northern Africa. The Black-crested Tit is now usually included in this species.

Blue Tit with its wing spread

The top ten British birds through to the finals of national bird campaign

The top ten British birds through to the finals of national campaign - Mirror Online

'Coal Tit' by Terance James Bond. British. "Initially diverted into a career as a Design Engineer, the turning point came in 1970 when his first exhibition, held in Ipswich, sold out in twenty minutes."

'Coal Tit' by Terance James Bond. "Initially diverted into a career as a Design Engineer, the turning point came in 1970 when his first exhibition, held in Ipswich, sold out in twenty minutes.

Coal tit by Marcpen - ViewBug.com

Coal tit by Marcpen - ViewBug.com

Coal tit - found in woodlands, parks and gardens. Hops on the ground, eats insects, nuts and seeds

Not as colourful as some of its relatives, the coal tit has a distinctive grey back, black cap, and white patch at the back of its neck.

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