ⓘ Songar tit

                                     

ⓘ Songar tit

The Songar tit is a passerine bird in the tit family. It is the southern counterpart of the willow tit P. montanus, and is usually included in it as a subspecies.

Breeds in deciduous mountain forests of South-Eastern Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Northern China.

13 long Songar cm chest has a dark brown cap, ischema bib, rich brown, white cheeks and cinnamon buff underparts. Men and women are similar, but juveniles are somewhat duller.

The most common call is a nasal Zee Zee, but the notes of the bird evidently vary considerably

In songer tit usually developed its own nesting hole, often in a rotten stump or in a tree, more or less decayed. Most of the surveyed nests cups of felted materials such as fur, wool and sawdust, but the feathers are sometimes used. The number of eggs is from five to six, white with small reddish spots or blotches.

They feed on caterpillars, insects and seeds, like other Tits.