Distribution: A common widespread resident bird throughout the UK and Europe.
Habitat: Can be found in almost any area of bushes, trees, gardens and hedges. A frequent visitor to bird feeders.
Notes: A common acrobatic visitor to bird feeders the Blue Tit is easily distinguished with it's predominantly blue, yellow and white appearance. Although common the bird has in recent years declined due to the need for massive amounts of declining caterpillars to feed it's young, only very large woodland areas are able to provide the birds with a reliable food source.
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