More Juniper Titmice

Juniper Titmouse is listed as a 'species of concern' in Colorado by Colorado Partners In Flight
Though this species is usually associated with pinyon-juniper habitat, it appears to be the juniper part that is most important. Birds of North Americaonline states, "Most common where juniper is dominant and where large, mature trees are present to provide natural cavities for nesting." These birds were in a non-native siberian-type elm tree but in a location surrounded by juniper woodland or lowland juniper habitat that is found surrounding much of Canon City,CO. SeEtta


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