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The most strikingly marked of the American titmice and chickadees, the Bridled Titmouse has a black bib and a white-and-black patterned face. Primarily a Mexican species, its range reaches the United States only in the southern mountains of Arizona and New Mexico.
Formerly lumped with the Oak Titmouse in the species known appropriately as Plain Titmouse, the Juniper Titmouse is found primarily in the Great Basin.