“The azure tit is a widespread and common resident breeder throughout Russia and central Asia.
It is found in temperate and subarctic deciduous or mixed woodlands, scrub and marshes. It is resident, and most birds do not migrate.
It nests in a tree hole, laying about 10 eggs.
The bird is a close sitter, hissing and biting when disturbed.
Its food is insects and seeds.”
photo credit: Jargal Lamjav –
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