Tufted Titmouse crowd sustenance in fall and winter, a conduct they impart to large portions of their relatives, including the chickadees and tits. Titmice exploit a flying creature feeder's abundance by saving huge numbers of the seeds they get. For the most part, the stockpiling destinations are inside 130 feet of the feeder. The fowls take stand out seed for every trek and typically shell the seeds before concealing them. The agenda of hair sorts recognized from old homes incorporates raccoons, opossums, mice, woodchucks, squirrels, rabbits, animals, pets, and even people.
Titmouse of Texas and Mexico has on occasion been acknowledged simply a manifestation of the Tufted Titmouse. The two species hybridize where they meet, however the cross breed zone is limited and stable over the long run. They vary somewhat in the nature of their calls, and show hereditary contrasts too.
Tufted Titmouse settle in a gap in a tree, either a common depression, a man-made home box, or frequently an old woodpecker home. They line the home with delicate materials, here and there culling hair from a live creature, for example, a pooch. Assuming that they discover shed snake skin, they will attempt to fuse bits of it in their home.
The Tufted T!titmouse does not normally take up with blended species herds; after the rearing season it invests a considerable measure of time in little scrounging gatherings that regularly comprise of folks and their posterity.