Monday, May 10, 2010
The Song Of The Tufted Titmouse
To be honest, I got all of this about two weeks ago. But I've been planning to bring this titmouse to you the whole time. Time. Time is what seems to be moving very fast for me these days. It's very hard for me to keep up with it, but I'm still out having my adventures, and getting pictures like these.
This video shows the tufted titmouse from the same area that I found the robin and its nest I showed you a couple days ago. I like it there because there are a lot of birds. This video became a little out of sync with the sound somewhere in the process. But the important thing is seeing and hearing this cool bird. I hope you like it, shaky cam and all.
This was a wonderful experience. I was standing on a small path that cuts through this small section of the forest. It's like a birding paradise at that spot. The path leads from the meadow to the lake. Birds seem to love this place. I saw five different kinds of birds here just yesterday.
I lost several pictures yesterday because of the leaves, but I also was able to get closer to a few more. So maybe it can work both ways for me. Hopefully I'll be able to continue seeing all of these birds. The one kind of bird that I'm not seeing as much though is the geese. They don't seem to be coming around very much this year.
And one last thing. You may be wanting a little more information on this tufted titmouse. I know I didn't give much, but that's because technical information isn't necessarily what I do best. But where can you go to get information about creatures like this one, and for free? Well, I have a plan for that, and it involves Nature Center Magazine. It will be coming soon.
Nature Center Magazine - Did you like the song of this titmouse? You haven't heard anything yet! Today our Cool Video Of The Week features the amazing lyrebird, a bird that has the incredible ability to mimic most other sounds it hears, from other birds to chainsaws, and even human sounds. Come see the beautiful sights and sounds of this astonishing bird!