The tufted tit is a small songbird from North America and is a species in the titmouse and titmouse family. The black-crowned tit, establish southward from central and southern Texas, is classified as a subspecies, but is now considered a separate species.
The turkey vulture, also known as the turkey vulture in some parts of North America, and the John Crow or Carrion Crow in some parts of the Caribbean, is the most widely spread bald eagle in the New World. If you are looking for birds of prey on a clear day, your heart may be beating when you see a tall flying bird (perhaps an eagle or an osprey) in the distance. But, if its wings are lifted in a V shape and soar, forming a swinging circle, it may be a Turkey vulture. These birds ride the heat in the sky and use their keen sense of smell to find fresh corpses. They are brilliant scavengers, cleaning up the banknotes in the countryside one bit at a time, and never fiddle with the feathers on their bald heads.