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The Long-tailed Tit is a social bird. But few British birds take sociability as seriously as long-tailed tits Aegithalos caudatus. The spider silk is the glue holding together the moss, lichen and feathers, but it is even cleverer than that. Long-tailed Tits are tiny birds. Despite the care and attention that goes into building the nest, many actually fail.
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Long-tailed tit

Long tailed tits roosting
Long tailed tits roosting
Long tailed tits roosting
Long tailed tits roosting
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Long-tailed Tit — Bird Watching Magazine

Nonetheless, winter survival is often difficult for small birds, and prolonged periods of hard weather have hit the species hard in the past, as Bell noted, but the mild winters of the last decade or more have allowed populations to flourish. They will form a flock with other tit species during the winter months. With such large areas, the birds in one flock do not often come into contact with those in another, but when they do, they defend their boundary vigorously. Long-tailed Tits are resident and mostly sedentary throughout the UK.
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Long-tailed tits flock together to survive winter

The birds that do this are often related to the birds that they are helping, so they benefit by ensuring the future of related offspring. The numbers in the larger flocks are difficult to estimate, but on 17 February I mist-netted two flocks totalling 55 birds going to roost in areas of bramble and rhododendron only metres apart from each other. These bundles of black, white and pink not only flock together, they also roost together and when the breeding season comes will help their relatives to rear their young.
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Long-tailed Tit. Share on WhatsApp. For small birds, flocking and roosting can be an essential means for survival, with long-tailed tits taking it more seriously than most other British birds. Long-tailed Tits seem to be doing well, possibly because of milder winters but also increased use of gardens. Nothing is wasted in nature.

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