Penduline Tit, Penduline Tit
Russian: Обыкновенный ремез
Mongolian: Бургасны ураншувуу, Уран шувуу
Japanese: ツリスガラ (Tsurisu-gara)
Body length: 10-11.5 cm
Wing span: 16-18 cm
Breeding visitor /passage migrant
Breeding season: May-August
Egg number: 6-8
Egg colour: Non-glossy white with pink flush.
1 per year
Global status: Least concern
Regional status: Least concern
Food: Tree-living insects, their larvae,
nectar, seeds, and fruits.
Habitat: Thickets of willow and poplar trees
standing in or by water in marshy river borders, or in scrubby woodlands away
from water in marshy river borders, or in scrubby woodlands away from water.
Nests Is suspended from thin twigs at the tip of a branch of willow, birch or
poplar trees above the water surface and at the very top of trees in deciduous
and mixed forests in mountain forests in mountain forest, forest steppe, and
valleys of river.