Georgia is a beautiful state. Especially right now when Salt Lake City is covered in the polluted inversion air, it’s nice to be reminded of bright cloud-filled skies. It’s nice to see healthy looking cows along the road. One other thing that we need more of in Utah is the Tufted Titmouse. Every year I’m [...]
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There are a lot of chickadees in the United States. In my limited experience, the Black-Capped Chickadees are everywhere. Here is a very scruffy looking Black-Capped Chickadee from last spring. This is a Chestnut-Backed Chickadee. I think you can see why they have that name. They’re pretty easy to identify. This picture was taken in [...]
This is another bird from the east: a Tufted Titmouse. Go to any forest in the east and it will be filled with titmice! You can also find them at feeders. My mother’s feeder was filled all day with titmice and chickadees. Did you know that titmice and chickadees are in the same family (Paridae)? [...]