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Beautiful Carolina Chickadee perched on a small branch near the bird feeder one early morning in mid February. The sun was shining brightly, giving a warm feeling. A subtle textured background and darker frame has been added for more artistic appeal. This is one of a set of two. Beautiful side by side wall in your home or office or a nice greeting card. Many more wonderful works can be found in my various galleries, form photographs and photoart to digital creations and abstracts. Thanks for browsing, commenting and most of all for any purchases. Debbie Portwood :D............................... (A bird almost universally considered �cute� thanks to its oversized round head, tiny body, and curiosity about everything, including humans. The chickadee�s black cap and bib; white cheeks; gray back, wings, and tail; and whitish underside with buffy sides are distinctive. Its habit of investigating people and everything else in its home territory, and quickness to discover bird feeders, make it one of the first birds most people learn. The Black-capped Chickadee (Poecile atricapillus) and the Carolina Chickadee (Poecile carolinensis) can be confusing species for eastern bird watchers to identify. The ranges of these species do not overlap much, and birds are quite rare any distance outside of their mapped range. For many people, a quick look at a range map will show which species are most likely to occur at their feeders. But for those who live in the zone of overlap, a fairly stable and narrow band that runs along the east-central United States, the chickadees pose a serious identification challenge. To complicate matters, the species have been known to hybridize in the overlap zone. When identifying these two chickadees, concentrate equally on the differences in plumage and the differences in vocalizations. For more on this bird and any other bird you are interested in go to www.allaboutbirds.org/
February 15th, 2013
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