I find it hard to believe I’ve only written two posts about my little favorite bird, the black-capped chickadee.
I love little chickadees whose year ’round song in the northern parts of the United States bring such joy. And in the summer, the curious and friendly chickadee sings to you, and when you see it, look around for the more shy songbirds that live around the chickadee. Wherever there are chickadees, other songbirds gather.
So I decided to share a quick illustration of the little bird to help you identify it. Enjoy.
Video, Art, Audio by Sheri
For more information about the chickadee — the seven kinds in North America, visit:
- Audubon’s quite funny post: Birdist Rule #71: Figure Out What Kind of Chickadee You’ve Got
- Cornell Lab: Black-capped Chickadee
Note: It’s been 347 days since I’ve hugged a family member besides my husband, or have been to a grocery store or inside any other building other than my own home, my doctor’s office, my dentist’s office. Stay safe, my old friends.
Geeky Gramma ~~
Retired Middle School Language Arts/Media Teacher ~~
Writer and Thinker~~
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