Tufted Titmouse Baeolophus bicolor
This is a small grey bird with a short tuft on its head. It has prominent black eyes on a pale grey face.
The male and female have the same color and markings.
They will construct their nests in natural tree cavities and bird houses. Uses moss, hair, grass, leaves, cotton and bark to construct its nest.
Information on other backyard birds.
Aug 15, 17 04:51 PM
Long Island, New York, August, blue-bird sized, brown-grey body, white head, white beak.
Aug 14, 17 03:25 PM
In 27 summers here in Southern Worcester County Massachusetts, I have never seen a bird like this. There were two of them in a crabapple outside my kitchen
Aug 11, 17 12:17 PM
Same bird as posted few years ago under Birds at Feeder: Blue Tail and Wings, Sharp Head Yet to be identified. Certainly not a blue bird.