Carolina Chickadee

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32 Comments on “Carolina Chickadee”

  1. TexWisGirl says:

    fabulous bokeh bubbles behind him! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. theconstantwalker says:

    It’s a little beauty… so like the little Coal Tits that visit my garden

  3. andy1076 says:

    Cute and great shot ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Eileen says:

    Cute chickadee, I also love the bokeh. Great shot, Pat!

  5. Mick says:

    Great photo of the chickadee.

  6. Jim Cuvelier says:

    These look just like our Chickadees, Pat. Ours are called ‘Black-Capped Chickadees’.
    Cute little fella.

  7. He looks very fuzzy! Beautiful background!

  8. Lisa Gordon says:

    Love those fluffed out feathers!!
    Sweet little one.

  9. bettyl says:

    What a cute little guy!

  10. I love Chickadees….and I happen to have some at my feeders these days.

  11. Haven’t seen many at the feeder lately, but that will pick up as winter comes. Nice shot.

  12. Carletta says:

    Was it a cool day?
    Cute shot, lovely bokeh!

  13. Gunilla says:

    Beautiful shot of this cute little bird.

  14. geanina says:

    beautiful shot! ๐Ÿ™‚

  15. Cute little guy! Chickadees are loaded with charisma. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  16. the bird is darling – love the bokeh in background

  17. He’s so cute and fluffy. Love these little comedians.

  18. HansHB says:

    Lovely photo of this cuty!

  19. Teresa says:

    Adorable little bird. ๐Ÿ™‚

  20. Robin says:

    Pat, aren’t they just such precious things! Like little treasures! Nice shot!

  21. Dave says:

    simply done, exceptional image

  22. Amanda says:

    a little sweetie pie

  23. Mary says:

    Gorgeous shot!

  24. ladyfi says:

    Wonderful light in this lovely shot!

  25. Oh, miss seeing these little guys over here in Australia. The birds here are HUGE! And very very noisey!

  26. I think this sweetie needs some preening. ๐Ÿ™‚

  27. Nice chickadee. The difference between this species and the Black-capped are subtle. Our Illinois home is just north of the line of demarcation.


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