Another close-up-Boreal Chickadee
Friends, another closeup of a chickadee, this is a boreal chickadee, a small bird that occupies the tamarack and black spruce bogs of northern Minnesota. His coloring is very different from our more common black-capped chickadee, but I love all the feathered textures in this image. They love suet and will come to an undisturbed feeder like those in the Sax-Zim bog. So how do you like this tiny bird?, til Tomorrow MJ
Posted on February 6, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged birds, boreal chickadee, chickadee, mjspringett, photography, postaday, sax-zim, winter. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.
Wonderful photograph and enjoyed your write-up too!
Thank you for your recent visit to my blog and liking one of my posts.
A few weeks ago I made a post http://bardessdmdenton.wordpress.com/2012/01/05/poem-a-friend-indeed (painting and poem) about the Blackcapped Chickadee which you might like: http://bardessdmdenton.wordpress.com/2012/01/05/poem-a-friend-indeed/
Very nice site!
Sorry–I didn’t mean to put the link to my post twice! How’d that happen?!
So this is my little chickadee! He is a pretty little fella, isn’t he?