We get a lot of winter birds at our suet feeder here in the Litchfield Hills. But nothing like this pair, and neither will you, unless titmice start hybridizing with chickadees. It may be good advertizing, but it is not good science, for there is no bird in North America with these precise markings and coloration. Those of you who live in Arizona will note a resemblance to the bridled titmouse (at right), but the eyebrow stripe extends further on the suet package illustration and the brown and buff plumage are all wrong.
Still, if it "attracts a wider variety of birds" as advertized, maybe I can look forward to adding a new bird to my life list along with its first North American record just by using this product. Perhaps if I stick an elephant carcass out there, too, I will catch a Roc!