One of the regular visitors to my bird feeders is the tufted titmouse. They are especially fond of the peanut feeder.
Tufted titmouse are year around residence to my area as well as all of the eastern half of the United States. They are curious little birds and are very entertaining to watch.
Titmouse are cavity nesters but they don't excavate their own hole. They normally use a natural cavity found in a tree or use an old woodpecker hole. They will sometimes use a man-made bird house, but from what I have read not as often as other similar species like chickadees.
Check out more birds over at BPW #30.
Have a great Monday everyone!