One of the best-known birds in our gardens and feeding tables is the great tit. Although it is an insect-eater, it switches to seeds in the winter. Therefore, great tits don't have to fly south in the winter. They are acrobats at the feeding table, easily hanging on the peanut netting or balancing on a suet ball. In the spring, great tits choose all kinds of holes and hollows in the woods and woodlands for making their nest. Even during nesting season they like to be spoiled by humans ... they gladly choose our bird houses to nest.