Titmice are hyperactive birds. They seldom perch in one spot for more than a few seconds as they bounce from spot to spot in search of food. That’s why I get most of my titmice photos during late fall and winter, when the birds hang around feeders in local parks. I watch nearby branches, where birds wait for a spot to open at the feeder, and grab shots then.
When I see a titmouse during the fall or winter I know to expect to find chickadees and nuthatches nearby. The birds flock together during the winter months. And I’ve captured a number of winter photos of nuthatches and chickadees around the feeder where I find titmice.