This photography shows two long-tailed tits (Least-concern by IUCN). I took this picture during autumn bird migration, in the forest in Bydgoszcz (central Poland). I was really lucky to have both these - full of energy - birds in the same sharpness field. They were part of bigger herd - which included over 20 birds, drinking water from puddles.
This photography shows wild animals.
The long-tailed tit or long-tailed bushtit is a common bird found throughout Europe and Asia. There are several extensive accounts of this species, most notably Cramp and Perrins, 1993; Gaston, 1973; and Harrap and Quinn, 1996. The majority of relevant research has been directed at its social and breeding behaviour.