noun bush·tit \-ˌtit\

Definition of bushtit

  1. :  any of several very small, long-tailed birds (family Aegithalidae) that are related to the chickadees and titmice and are often found in large, active flocks; especially :  a pale gray to pale brown bird (Psaltriparus minimus) of the Pacific coast from British Columbia to southern California and inland and southward to Wyoming, Texas, and Guatemala


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