Jungle Lore Birding Lodge boasts a rich diversity of flora, including 27 tree species, 60 shrubs, 5 grass species, and numerous ferns. This varied vegetation creates an ideal habitat for a wide array of bird species, making it a haven for birdwatchers and nature enthusiasts alike. On March 8th, 2024, at the Jungle Lore campus, I observed a black-throated tit constructing its nest amidst the Mexican devil (Ageratina adenophora) Bushes. 

Black-throated Tit

The nest was composed of moss, lichen, spider webs, and various plant materials. This highlights the intricate nesting behavior of the black-throated tit and its ability to utilize diverse natural resources for nest building within the vibrant ecosystem of the Jungle Lore campus. The breeding season for Black-throated Tit typically begins in March and lasts until June

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