The Tufted Titmouse is found year-round in the eastern United States. However, it’s uncommon in Minnesota. Its range is gradually moving north so we may see more of them in the future. This is a very active species, constantly on the move just like a Chickadee. In fact, it’s a relative of the Chickadee family. However, at 6½ inches long, it’s about an inch longer than a Chickadee. This photo was taken at Bald Point State Park.
From Feb. 14, 2016 - Florida Birds