The tufted titmouse, like others of his race, has a great deal of curiosity.
Similar to those of the tufted titmouse, but weaker and less varied.
The white-eyed vireo (Vireo griseus), gnatcatcher (Polioptila caerulea), and tufted titmouse, frequent the oak thickets.
One of its whistling notes sounds very much like the peto note of the tufted titmouse and might easily deceive the listener.
In fact, I think it was at least a fortnight before I learned that these whistles came from the tufted titmouse.
They suggest those of both the Cardinal and tufted titmouse, but are more varied in character.
In California, the mountain chickadee has habits about the same, and the Southern States have the tufted titmouse.
These four are the white-breasted nuthatch, tufted titmouse, downy woodpecker, and the merry little chickadee.
The tufted titmouse also relies to a large extent on the seeds for its winter food.
It may consist of two notes of a different pitch repeated steadily, as in the tufted titmouse.