The ringing station Mouth of Caset, in Trentino, has provided via Facebook, new interesting updates on own activities: “The first autumn days make people go up the number of catches, which allow us to ring around 200 birds every day. And as gray clouds gather on the horizon, promising new rain, we catch the first two long-tailed tit.
The common name speaks for itself: to contain the long tail of this bird a "bugnolo" or a "bugnola" would be needed, which in the Tuscan language indicates a large bowl for cereals. It often moves in large groups, recognizable, as well as for the unmistakable silhouette, for the cheerful shouting and the acrobatics at the ends of the thinner branches".
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