Range. - Eastern United States, resident and breeding from the Gulf north to New York and Illinois.
This species has a grayish crest and upper parts, and is white beneath with brownish sides and black forehead.
These common and noisy birds nest in natural cavities in trees or in holes deserted by Woodpeckers; they may be found at any elevation, from two to thirty feet from the ground. They line the bottom of the cavity with leaves, bark, fibres and hair, and during April or May lay five to eight white eggs, plentifully specked with reddish brown. Size .74 x .54.
Tufted Titmouse. Black-crested Titmouse.