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tufted titmouse sketch

This winter I've been blessed with the company of a Tufted Titmouse.  He pops into the backyard around 9am daily, grabbing a snack from the feeder.  Unlike the cardinals who will happily sit at the feeder for the all day buffet, this little guy is swift and never dallies long - blink and you miss him! He usually grabs a peanut and carries it to the safety of the cedar tree, where he grips it with his feet and bites off smaller, more manageable pieces to devour.

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