Sparrow sized gray bird with crest in Northern Indiana

by Sharon Sarber
(Bristol, IN)

2 of these birds perched on my balcony rails in April. They have a gray crest, white chest and belly, yellow - buff color side-lower belly, beak is short and light.

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Apr 15, 2016
Could it be a titmouse ? NEW
by: Margaret Mariam

The images on Google suggest this may be a Tufted Titmouse; a cousin of the Chickadee.

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