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Oak Titmouse

Oak Titmouse (Baeolophus inornatus)

Chickadees, Wrens, etc. Uncommon Fall and Winter
Oak Titmouse

Oak Titmouse - Lake Silverwood, CA
© Brad Singe

Oak Titmouse

Oak Titmouse - CSU San Bernardino
© Tom Benson

The Oak Titmouse occurs year-round on campus, being an uncommon fall and winter visitor from September to March, but rare from April to August. It is a common breeding resident in southern California in oak woodlands.

High Count: 3, Average Count: 1-2

Oak Titmice can be identified by their overall grayish brown plumage, short crest (pointed feathers on head), and dark, stubby bill.