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Davis Creek Regional Park
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Passeriformes > Paridae

Juniper Titmouse

Baeolophus ridgwayi

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Identification

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Possibly the plainest bird in North America—medium gray overall with no patterning. Despite dull plumage it is undeniably cute with a large eye and plain face. Crest is distinctive. Aptly named, they are found in dry juniper woodlands (and occasionally seen away from junipers). Visits bird feeders in the correct habitat.

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