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The rather diminutive blue tit has yellow underparts, with a narrow, dark central stripe on the belly, blue wings and a white face, which is crowned with blue and streaked with a dark eye-stripe. The sexes are similar, although females are often somewhat duller than males. The juveniles have a more yellowish face than the adults. The blue tit is about 10 - 12 cm in size.
The blue tit occurs in a range of habitats wherever there are trees, including broad-leaved woodlands, orchards, hedgerows, parks and suburban gardens.
Spotted in urban area of Deventer, Holland. (sources:see reference)
Spotted on Jan 18, 2015
Submitted on Jan 19, 2015
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