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A woodland Blue Tit foraging on lichen covered trees in Autumn.
One of our most recognisable birds, the Blue Tit is a woodland species that has adapted well to gardens. It nests in holes in trees but happily uses artificial nest boxes, and is often the first species to take up residence in a new box. Blue Tit chicks need copious amounts of insects, particularly caterpillars, so if you are lucky enough to have a garden, please consider including areas where insects can thrive.

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