Fire-capped tit

Cephalopyrus flammiceps

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Size:

8.5-9.5 cm

Weight:

7 g

Taxonomy:

C. f. flammiceps (E. Burton, 1836)

Short Description:

The Fire-capped Tit, a small Himalayan bird, inhabits northern Pakistan's mountainous regions. Found primarily in coniferous and mixed forests at higher elevations, it forages for insects and small invertebrates in small groups or family units. With its acrobatic foraging behavior and distinctive high-pitched calls, the Fire-capped Tit contributes to the avian diversity and ecosystem health of Pakistan's northern landscapes.

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The Fire-capped Tit, a small passerine bird, is native to the Himalayan region, including parts of Pakistan. Its distribution in Pakistan is primarily confined to the northern areas, particularly in the mountainous regions such as the Himalayas and the Karakoram Range. These birds inhabit coniferous and mixed forests at higher elevations, where they forage for insects and small invertebrates. While not as widespread as in other Himalayan countries, the Fire-capped Tit adds to the avian diversity of Pakistan’s northern landscapes.
The Fire-capped Tit exhibits typical behavior observed in its range. These birds are often found in small groups or family units, moving through the forest canopy in search of food. Their diet primarily consists of insects and small invertebrates, which they glean from branches and foliage. Fire-capped Tits are known for their acrobatic foraging behavior, clinging to tree trunks and branches while probing for prey. Their high-pitched calls and active movements make them a distinctive presence in the dense forests of northern Pakistan. Despite their small size, Fire-capped Tits play an important role in ecosystem dynamics, contributing to insect control and forest health in their habitat.
Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts. Separated they live in Bookmarksgrove right at the coast

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