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A Carolina Chickadee was spotted on a branch of a Crepe Myrtle shrub in my yard the other day.  The tiny buff, brown, and black songbird was probably dining on the Crepe Myrtle berries or possibly snacking upon Magnolia seeds.  I also saw the little bird flit over to the downspout of my rain gutter for a quick drink of the collected droplets of rain or dew still on the metal.  Please click on the thumbnail image to see the slightly larger version of the photo.  Enjoy!


Comments on: "The Carolina Chickadee Visits" (7)

  1. Hello, they are cuties. Love the chickadees. Great shots. Have a great day and new week ahead!

  2. they are adorable little sprites.

  3. I love these little birds. There have not been as many around here this summer, but now I’m hearing their calls again.

  4. Such adorable little chatterers… Love my Chickadees, Nuthatches and Tufted Titmice… ALWAYS a joy to see them.


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