All photographs were taken by Nathan Collie on location at Old Town.
Tufted Titmice are very common and have seen increases in their population in recent years. Their range has been expanding northward over the last half-century. Possible reasons for this range expansion include a warming climate, farmlands reverting to forests, and the growing popularity of backyard bird feeders. However,
Tufted Titmice live in deciduous woods or mixed evergreen-deciduous woods, typically in areas with a dense canopy and many tree species. They are also common in orchards, parks, and suburban areas. They can also be attracted to backyards by setting up birdfeeders.