|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|This photo has been released in the reservoir natural of the Biviere di Gela. In Bivere they are reproduced numerous pendulinus.The Penduline Tit is not a tit at all, though it certainly looks like one. Adult Penduline Tits are very distinctive with their grey heads and bold black eye-masks, duller on the females, but the juveniles can be puzzlingly dull. They look basically all brown but their small size, tit-like manner and rounded greyish-brown heads should separate them from all small birds except juvenile Bearded Tits which are larger, longer-tailed and have heavily patterned wings.|
Breeds and winters in and around reedbeds, ponds and ditches, nesting in nearby trees.
Penduline Tits build extraordinary nests which hang like a christmas stocking from the overhanging branches of a tree such as a willow.
Birds breeding in most of Europe migrate west or south. Mostly to Mediterranean countries. Birds in southern Europe are mostly resident.
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Nice shot, Emilio!
- [2007-04-05 16:04]
Hi Emilio. good picture of the tit looking out of his nest.lots of detailand colour. well done..TFS
Nick.. have a good easter.
Great perspective, moment and details! Good note and colours! Take care Ana:)