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CHICKADEES (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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The chickadees seem to have come through the long winter in fine form. The trails are scattered with seeds that walkers provide as they visit the park, so the few birds that we’ve come across are looking pretty well fed. We’ve seen more squirrels than birds so far but as the warm weather returns I’m sure that will balance out.

29 thoughts on “CHICKADEES (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. A Beautiful Bird!
    diwght

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  2. Who doesn’t like chickadees? – but a challenge to capture them sitting still is a challenge alright!

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  3. What a sweet look he/she gave you in the second photo! 🙂

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  4. They are just the cutest little birds. Always seem to be happy and chattering sweetly to each other.

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  5. So cute! I love their little voices too. We have related birds here (marsh tit and willow tit) but both are quite rare these days, sadly.

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  6. We can rely on these tiny birds to visit our feeders. Good capture!

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  7. 😀. I do miss these little guys.

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  8. Belinda here in Ireland and the UK we have a very similar bird. The three most common one’s are the Great Tit, Coal Tit and the Blue Tit. Check them out for there’s not a big difference.

    Take care.
    George

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  9. How nice to get one in such a lovely setting, well caught. Brian

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  10. Cute little birdie!

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  11. They are so cute! How nice of people to have fed them like that! We’ve kept up with the feeding of our backyard feathered friends. 🙂

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  12. Beautiful. As the world should be balanced.

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  13. Great photo – you’ve really captured the little guys character

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