Wildlife Collective
Wildlife Collective is a blog created by Marta, a twenty-three year old wildlife conservation/zoology enthusiast. This blog was created for purpose of sharing photos and information about some of the most beautiful creatures that we share our planet with.

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Crested TitLophophanes cristatusThe Crested Tit is a passerine bird in the tit family Paridae. It is a widespread and common resident breeder in coniferous forests throughout central and northern Europe and in deciduous woodland in France and the Iberian peninsula. In Great Britain, it is chiefly restricted to the ancient pinewoods of Inverness and Strathspey in Scotland, and seldom strays far from its haunts. A few vagrant Crested Tits have been seen in England. It is resident, and most individuals do not migrate.It is an easy tit to recognize, for besides its erectile crest, the tip of which is often recurved, its gorget and collar are distinctive. It is, unlike other tits, talkative, and birds keep up a constant zee, zee, zee birdsong, similar to that of the Coal Tit. It makes a nest in a hole in rotting stumps. This bird often feeds low down in trees, but although not shy, it is not always easily approached. It will join winter tit flocks with other species.Like other tits it is found in pairs and feeds on insects, including caterpillars, and seeds.Facts | Photo © Sergey Yeliseev

Crested Tit
Lophophanes cristatus

The Crested Tit is a passerine bird in the tit family Paridae. It is a widespread and common resident breeder in coniferous forests throughout central and northern Europe and in deciduous woodland in France and the Iberian peninsula. In Great Britain, it is chiefly restricted to the ancient pinewoods of Inverness and Strathspey in Scotland, and seldom strays far from its haunts. A few vagrant Crested Tits have been seen in England. It is resident, and most individuals do not migrate.
It is an easy tit to recognize, for besides its erectile crest, the tip of which is often recurved, its gorget and collar are distinctive. It is, unlike other tits, talkative, and birds keep up a constant zee, zee, zee birdsong, similar to that of the Coal Tit. 
It makes a nest in a hole in rotting stumps. This bird often feeds low down in trees, but although not shy, it is not always easily approached. It will join winter tit flocks with other species.
Like other tits it is found in pairs and feeds on insects, including caterpillars, and seeds.

Facts | Photo © Sergey Yeliseev

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