Black-throated Tit Aegithalos concinnus
Version: 2.0 — Published December 22, 2020
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Diet and Foraging
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Main Foods Taken
Primarily takes insects ; also small seeds and fruits, especially raspberries (Rubus).
Food Capture and Consumption
Forages mainly in middle and lower stories, occasionally ascending into the canopy. Searches actively among twigs and foliage; hangs upside-down and clings sideways on twigs. Very gregarious and usually in flocks, sometimes containing as many as 50 individuals during winter (13).