Photography of Birds – Set # 276
Set # 276
Tufted Titmice nest in a hole in a tree, either a natural cavity, a human-made nest box, or sometimes an old woodpecker nest. They line the nest with soft materials, sometimes plucking hair from a live animal such as a dog. If they find snake skin sheddings, they may incorporate pieces into their nest.
The Blue-Gray Gnatcatcher’s breeding habitat includes open deciduous woods and shrublands in southern Ontario, the eastern and southwestern United States, and Mexico. Though gnatcatcher species are common and increasing in number while expanding to the northeast, it is the only one to breed in Eastern North America. They migrate to the southern United States, Mexico, northern Central America (Belize, Guatemala, and Honduras), Cuba, the Bahamas, the Turks and Caicos Islands, and the Cayman Islands.
Important note to all my friends that follow my Blog:
Starting May 1st, 2021, I will be posting only three day per week.
- SATURDAYS – RED ART GALLERY – PHOTO GALLERY OF NORTHERN CARDINALS.
- SUNDAYS – SPECIAL PLACES – National Parks, Photo Art, Panoramic Photos, Waterfalls and Cascades, Flowers, Butterflies and insects, Animals, Etc, Etc. Photo Art by H. J. Ruiz.
- WEDNESDAYS – ALL ABOUT BIRDS – From my backyard as well as other places.
The reason for this rearranging of my daily schedule, I prefer not to disclose at the moment, but I have made the decision to make a change already. This will help me attend other matters of great importance.
I hope that all of you will understand my situation and continue to visit my blog where I made many friends from all over the world, that I treasure very much. Remember the days scheduled above and hope to see you always!
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