The Great Tit is the largest of the Tit family with the male being slightly larger and more robust in build than the female. They have a black and white head, green back, strong bill, yellow under parts and a bold black stripe from the throat down the rest of their body. On males this black strip is a lot wider than on females making them easy to distinguish. Juvenile Great Tits have pigmented plumage just slightly paler than the older birds with yellow check patches and nape which turn white after the first moult. This is unusual as most chicks that are unable to feed themselves are light brown in colour to camouflage with their nests and avoid predators.
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Mallard design Christmas cards made with FSC certified card and 100% recycled white envelopes. Message inside reads: "Happy Christmas". A donation is made for every pack of charity Christmas Cards purchased. Dimensions: 153mm x 153mm
Limited space in your garden for a bird bath? Then this water feeder is perfect for you. Simply unscrew the bottle, fill up, re-attach and hang from a tree or feeding station.Dimensions: 30cm
Tough, practical and superb value for money, these feeders are manufactured entirely from stainless steel and take nuts or suet pellets. A domed, overhanging lid, with rubber grommets where the hanger passes through, helps keep the weather off and the...