Fire-capped tit

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The fire-capped tit (Cephalopyrus flammiceps) is a small (length 10 centimetres or 3.9 inches, weight 7 g) bird species assigned to the Remizidae family, that breeds in the temperate forests bordering the Himalayas to the south, in the Hengduan Shan and Nujiang Shan on the Myanmar-China border, the Micah Shan and Daba Shan on the Northern Sichuan border. It winters down hill and further south. Further to the east, birds tend to be smaller and the plumage becomes gradually darker. source

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