KIMCOMANIA
BLUE TIT
Blue tits are small colourful little birds - frequently found on the feeders in my garden. They are very acrobatic, and where there is food - somehow they manage to hang on to it. They breed in the boxes that I have put up in various parts of the garden, and in May or June the young Blue tits can be heard demanding food from the parent birds.
COAL TIT
The Coal tit has been increaasing in numbers in my garden over the past five years. It used to be the least often seen - nowadays rarely does a day go by without visits from coal tits - particularly in Winter. They take seed from the feeders and hide it in various places - "saving for a rainy day perhaps"

GREAT TIT

Another regular visitor, this picture was taken of the Great Tit coming to the table in the garden. Great Tits have a wide variety of calls, it is said that if a birder hears a call in the woodland that he does not recognise, it is likely to be the Great Tit. Like the Blue Tit, they also nest in boxes in the garden.

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