Image #145 – Carolina Chickadee

Image #145

A sweet Carolina Chickadee at my feeder. Carolina Chickadees are a bit smaller than the more common Black-capped Chickadee.   They are part of the same family as the titmouse, which might explain why they “hang” together.  The two seem in constant company with one another.  They constitute Paridae, a large family of small passerine birds, which you can learn more about by clicking on the links.  They do not migrate south which means my feeders will continue to enjoy their presence throughout the winter.  And that will be just fine with me. ❧

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