Baeolophus is a genus of birds in the family Paridae, commonly called Tits. Its members are known as titmouses or titmice. All the species are native to North America. In the past, most authorities retained Baeolophus as a subgenus within the genus Parus, but treatment as a distinct genus, initiated by the American Ornithological Society, is now widely accepted.
|Range of Baeolophus|
The genus contains the following five species:
|Image||Scientific name||Common Name||Distribution|
|Baeolophus wollweberi||Bridled titmouse||Arizona and New Mexico to Southern Mexico|
|Baeolophus inornatus||Oak titmouse||Pacific coast from Baja California to Oregon|
|Baeolophus ridgwayi||Juniper titmouse||The Great Basin and adjacent areas|
|Baeolophus bicolor||Tufted titmouse||Eastern half of the US and southeastern Canada|
|Baeolophus atricristatus||Black-crested titmouse||Oklahoma and Texas to east-central Mexico|
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