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Juniper titmouse

Juniper titmouse

Juniper titmouse Baeolophus ridgwayi

The Juniper titmouse presents the demeanor of a miniature jay and is a cavity nester in large, older junipers. It primarily forages in junipers, and juniper seed are important in the winter diet. The Juniper titmouse occurs in scattered isolated populations east of the south Cascades to Idaho. It is an uncommon resident east of Lakeview and Albert Rim, on Hart Mountain, North Antelope Ridge, southern Warner Valley and west of Adel Lake.