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Some tiny birds called titmice take bold risks to gather a beakful of hair for their nests.There’s a new word for birds stealing animal hair: kleptotrichy|Jaime Chambers|October 4, 2021|Science News For Students
While most published accounts involve titmice in North America, at least five other bird species get in on the action.Scientists have a new word for birds stealing animal hair|Jaime Chambers|August 12, 2021|Science News
But it is at the former, sharply whistled as the crested titmouse gives it, that every dog pricks up his ears.
"A noisy titmouse is Jack Frost's trumpeter" may be one of those few weather-wise proverbs with a grain of truth in them.
The habits of this large Titmouse are almost identical with those of Chickadees.Bird Guide: Land Birds East of the Rockies|Chester A. (Chester Albert) Reed
But compare what he makes of his meeting with his titmouse with what Cowper or Burns makes of the like kind of incident!Discourses in America|Matthew Arnold
You know we can't be trifled with; we must look after the interests of—Titmouse.Ten Thousand a-Year (Vol. 2)|Samuel Warren