Oak Titmice are small songbirds with short, stubby bills, a short crest on the head, and a medium-long tail.
Smaller than a Western Bluebird; slightly larger than a Black-throated Gray Warbler.sparrow-sized or smaller
Small songbird with a short, stubby bill, a short crest, and a medium-long tail. Plain gray-brown overall, but paler below. Its beady black eye stands out on its plain face.
Small crested songbird with a short, round bill. Rather nondescript gray-brown above and paler below. Frequently sings a scratchy and rapid song.
Rather plain gray-brown bird with a crest that can be raised or lowered. In most cases the crest is at least partially visible, as in this individual.
Flits between branches and trees, flying with a shallow undulating motion. Tends to feed among the woody twigs in the lower canopies of oaks and other trees.
Plain gray-brown overall with paler underparts. Sometimes holds its crest down.
Nests in holes in trees created naturally or excavated by woodpeckers. Sometimes they partially excavate a cavity in softer wood.
Found in warm, open, dry oak or oak-pine woodlands.