Juniper Titmouse isn't so plain after all

The Juniper Titmouse is a plain-colored bird and is easy to overlook, but is common in piñon-juniper woodlands and has a rapid-fire chattering call. Photo courtesy Cornell Lab of Ornithology/Catherine Harris
By Sue Hirshman The presence of birds in a Juniper tree is always magical --Anonymous— When I lived in Indiana, one of my favorite birds was the Eastern Tufted Titmouse that came to my feeders and hung around with the Chickadees. They loved the shelled peanuts that I would put out. Some mornings I would awaken to hear their delightful song of “Peter, Peter, Peter.” When I moved to Colorado, I…

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