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Black-capped Chickadees

We have a lot of Black-capped Chickadees in Salt Lake City.  So many birds have left already with the fall migration, but the chickadees stay all winter. There are just enough trees in my neighborhood to support a ton of chickadees.  And they are very brave. I can get within a foot of the chickadees […]

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Carolina Chickadees

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 […]

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I went to the marine preserve this weekend, and the place was filled with babies!!! I found a bush filled with baby flycatchers and sat taking pictures of them for 30 minutes. I finally captured some good pictures. This is a dusky flycatcher. Below is a gray flycatcher. This baby was very curious and too […]

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Things have been very hectic, lately, so I haven’t been able to take as many pictures. Last week it also rained the entire weekend, which caused the plants to turn a lovely shade of bright green, but prevented me from going birding. The cockatiels are doing well. Yesterday I put the nest boxes on the […]

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