Monday, March 23, 2009

Black-capped Chickadee Photo Study

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10 comments:

Roy said...

A fasinating little bird Steve. Its very similar to our Marsh Tit and Willow Tit. Great images.

Kelly said...

Ack! My favorite little bird and a fantastic study. Absolutely beautiful. I also love the lichens in the third shot. You've totally capture his inquisitive nature!!

madcobug said...

Very good pictures. You must have a really good camera and lens to get pictures like this. My camera is nothing compared to yours. Helen

VALKYRIEN said...

What a beautiful little bird! And so many detailes in the closups!
It looks like a little one we call Linerle - but I'm not sure! It moves very fast on the ground, back and forth - and is a good flyer.

Chris said...

Hi Steve,
A very very high quality of pictures. Knowing how this is difficult to get them, I'm amazed about these pictures. Just wonderful.

The Early Birder said...

Beautiful series Steve.

Eve said...

One of my favorites. I'll be saying goodbye to this sweet friend and enjoying the Carolina Chickadee before I know it.

John Theberge said...

Great close ups, I like the blue sky backdrop.

Arija said...

My favourite little bird too. All the pics are great but the third has wondertul eye and plumage definition.

Anonymous said...

Great close-up photos of my favorite bird. They are at my feeder every morning waiting for me to bring out the sunflower seed. Gale, NH

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