|Species:|| aegithalos leucogenys|
11 cm; 6–8 g. A typical long-tailed tit in shape, with medium-long tail, white cheek patch and blackish bib. Forehead and centre of crown are cinnamon-drab.
Similar to the long-tailed tit's. This bird is often found in pairs.
Contact call “si-si-si-si”.
Food and feeding Edit
Feeds on insects and spiders (Araneae). Forages largely in shrub layer, also in crowns of holly oaks and well-grown junipers.
Resident, with some seasonal altitudinal movement. Also some limited post-breeding dispersal.
Season late Mar to May. Both sexes collect nest material; nest an upright oval ball c. 110 × 85 mm, entrance at side near top.