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Black-throated Bushtit
Black-throated Bushtit

 

The Black-throated Bushtit (Aegithalos concinnus), also known as the Black-throated Tit, is a very small passerine bird in the family Aegithalidae. It ranges from the foothills of the Himalayas, stretching across northern India through Nepal, Bhutan, northern Burma, Vietnam, and Taiwan. It lives in open broadleaf forest as well as pine forest, generally occurring in middle altitudes. The Black-throated Bushtit is highly social and will travel in large flocks of up to 40 birds. The species feeds on small insects and spiders, as well as small seeds, fruits and berries (particularly raspberries). Group numbers swell during the non-breeding season, but smaller groups exist year round. These groups will often join mixed-species feeding flocks.

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