Just a little crumb for me please!
You have trianed them well.Very good picture.
Awww, how sweet this photo is!!! I just love those Black Capped Chickadees!! Great shot!!
Beautiful Shelly!Craig Glenn
I have my fingers crossed that I can send you a photo of my chickadees! It want be as crystal clear and cute as yours but it would be a start!
This is one of my favorite birds! They are so cute and fast. Love to hear their song!
That's a great shot of the Chickadee. They're so cute. Good work!
Did she eat her crumb with her pinkie in the air?
My kind of bird. Sharon
ahhh...such a polite little chickadee.
Awww..dees make the cutest photos..
I hope she came back for seconds. They certainly have high metabolisms.
hahahaha, what a sweetie.
So cute! It is beautiful I love them so much!
So cute! I love chickadees.
I love seeing the chickadees and titmice on the peanut feeders. :c) Heck, last night, my male bluebird was on my suet feeder! Maybe he was a woodpecker in another life?
Very nice. As always your captions bring me a little smile. Thanks.
Shelly: I love those little birds, so much fun.
Adorable! I love hearing them in the woods in the winter when you see no other life around!! The Retirement Chronicles
How very well mannered!
That lil' chickadee is just putting on a show in front of you ;-) I bet it comes back a million times haha! So cute, Shelley!
Great shot! I need to buy some of those peanuts...they seem to be just what he was looking for.
All those nuts, and he just takes a crumb lol :-)
Aren't they the sweetest birds in the bird world? How can you not love a Chickadee : )Ours are on the Peanut feeder all the time too, like right now!
Smart little chap. Well done Shelly.
Great photo of the chickadee. We have the Carolina but they seem to look the same as your black-capped. Ours are usually the first ones at the feeder in the morning.
We can always rely on these beautiful little birds to show up at our feeders..and you always capture them so nicely!:)
How do you keep the squirrels from devouring all of the peanuts before the chickadees can get a bite? I haven't bought this kind of feeder because we have so many squirrels.joy c. at grannymountain
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