The Tufted Titmouse Is an Adorable, Tough Little Acrobat | 22 Words

We think we've found the cutest bird... ever.

The Tufted Titmouse is both adorable and tough, and we simply can't get enough. But firstly, let's have a look at some of our favorite species of bird...

The Secretary Bird.

What an expressive face!

The Goura Victoria.

Jealous of that fascinator.

The Gray Nightjar.

Literally looks like a rock.

The Longtailed Tit.

Laugh at the name all you like, but this bird is seriously cute.

The Mountain Bluebird.

How is this even real?!

The Victoria Crowned Pigeon.

Amazing colors.

The Nicobar Pigeon.

Now that's a statement hair-do.

The Grandala.

Definitely winning the prize for best name.

The Quetzel.

Truly amazing colors.

The Bearded Reedling.

Literally just a big ball of fluff.

The Bohemian Waxwing.

A killer hairstyle!

The Oriental Dwarf Kingfisher.

Loving these bright tones.

The Pesquets Parrot.

Sometimes nicknamed the Dracula parrot - and we can see why!

The Strawberry Finch.

Very aptly named!

The Frillback Pigeon.

Who else thinks this bird looks like it's been covered in chocolate shavings?

The Black-Throated Bush Tit.

Now that's a tongue-twister.

The Crested Duck

Why does this duck look like it's about to make a powerful statement in court?

The Helmeted Guineafowl.

A boulder with a head.

The Inca Tern.

We'd never seen a bird with a mustache before.

The Mandarin Duck.

Now this is a duck I can get on board with.

The Golden Pheasant.

Truly majestic.

The Sword-billed Hummingbird.

That looks extremely difficult to maneuver.

The Lady Amherst Pheasant.

Impressive tail feathers!

The Pygmy Wren-Babbler.

Another with an incredible name.

And the one you've all been waiting for...

The Tufted Titmouse.

This adorable little bird is a member of the chickadee family and they are very common backyard birds.

They make their home in much of the south-eastern United States, though their range has slowly been extending northward along the east coast thanks to shifts in climate and an abundance of backyard bird feeders.

They are the most impressive of acrobats...

And they're known for their high speeds and intricate movements whilst flying in the air.

But despite their small size...

Tufted Titmouses are known to be ferocious bullies, and they aren't afraid of getting up close and personal to other birds in order to get first dibs at feeding time.

And when it comes to dinner time?

They often hang upside down to get at seeds and will always choose the largest ones they can find. To get through the shells, they hold the seed between their feet and bash it open with their beaks.

Even though these birds are bullies in their own little world...

Anyone who is familiar with this species will agree at how tame and curious they are.

So, it's safe to say that the Tufted Titmouse is one of the cutest birds out there...

And the coolest with a hairdo like that! Make sure to keep reading to check out the Japanese birds that look like flying balls of fluff...