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Cute Eurasian Blue Tit Resting Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: In today's new puzzle we feature a cute Eurasian blue tit resting on the side of a bird feeder on a cold winter day. Blue tits usually nest in tree holes, in deciduous or mixed woodlands with a high proportion of oak but can also easily adapt to nest boxes where necessary. The blue tit is a partial migrant in the northern part (subarctic Europe and the western Palearctic) of its range but is considered to be non-migratory. During cold winters these cute small birds and others need help in finding food and getting over the cold days. That's why people put up feeders and nest boxes like the one in today's puzzle.
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