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Juniper Titmouse

Juniper TitmouseJuniper Titmouse Map

The shaded area of the map shows where the Juniper Titmouse can be found and is all year round.

They brood once a year and can have a clutch size anywhere from 3-9 eggs that look white or white with faded reddish brown spots.  Incubation is 14-16 days and nestling period is 16-21 days.

Their diet is mostly insects (beetles, caterpillars and more) seeds (pine seeds)

FEED

To attract the Juniper Titmouse to your yard, listed below are some food options these birds prefer.

 Peanuts

Peanuts

 

Black Oil Sunflower Seeds

Black Oil Sunflower Seeds

Suet

Suet

 

Peanut Hearts

Peanut Hearts

Mealworms

Mealworms

 

Hulled Sunflower Seeds

Hulled Sunflower Seeds

Safflower

Safflower

 

 

FEEDERS

To attract the Juniper Titmouse to your yard using feeders, listed below are the type of feeders they prefer to use.  The pictures below are some examples of each category.

PLATFORM FEEDERS

Any shape, size, or style can be used.  All food mentioned above can be placed in a platform feeder.  Also known as tray feeders and fly thru feeders.

Platform FeederFly Thru FeederFly Thru Feeder

TUBE FEEDER

Any size, shape, or style of tube feeder can be used, designed to hold one or a variety of the following: peanuts, sunflower seeds,and safflower

Caged Tube FeederMesh FeederTube Feeder

HOPPER FEEDERS

Any size, style, or shape can be used, that can hold one or a variety of the following: peanuts, sunflower seeds, and safflower.

Hopper FeederHopper FeederMounted Hopper Feeder

SUET FEEDERS

Any size, style, or shape can be used, either a combination suet feeder with bird seed or a single suet feeder.

Combination Suet FeederCaged Suet FeederSuet Feeder

MEALWORM FEEDERS

Any size, style, or shape can be used, designed to hold mealworms.

Mealworm FeederMealworm FeederMealworm Feeders

BIRDHOUSES

Any size, shape or style can be used if the interior dimensions are closely related to a 4" x 4" floor to a 5.5" x 5.5" floor.  Interior height of a 6"-12" with an 1.25" diameter hole 4"-10" above the floor.  You can place your nest box 3' to 15' above the ground.  Facing the entrance hole in any direction.  If you want to place more than one nest box for the Juniper Titmouse, space your nest boxes 375' apart to avoid territorial denomination.

Pictures below are some of examples the many choices you have to purchase a nest box for a Juniper Titmouse.

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