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Nikon D7000 f/6.3 1/1000 sec. ISO-400 +5 step 250 mm

 

Black-capped chickadee (Poecile atricapillus)

 

Parc Angrignon.

Montréal, Québec, Canada.

 

Black-capped chickadee (Poecile atricapillus )

 

Nikon D7000 f/5.6 1/1000 sec. ISO-400 +5 step 200 mm

 

Parc Angrignon.

Montréal, Québec, Canada.

Réalisé le 25 janvier 2020 dans le rang Saint-Eustache à Sainte-Croix-de-Lotbinière, Comté de Lotbinière, Québec.

 

Cliquez sur l'image pour l'agrandir / click on the photograph to enlarge it.

 

Taken on January, 25th / 2020 along rang Saint-Eustache, Sainte-Croix-de-Lotbiniere, Lotbiniere county, Quebec.

Black-capped Chickadee, Mésange à Tête Noire, Carbonero de Gorra Oscura, Poecile Atricapillus

Black-capped Chickadee Mésange à tête noire

 

Mud lake, Ottawa, Ontario

Black-capped Chickadee ( Poecile atricapillus)

Black-capped Chickadee (Poecile atricapillus)

Black-capped Chickadee Poecile atricapillus)

A Black-capped chickadee bringing a meal to the nest.

Thank you for taking the time to view!!

Wildwood Lake, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Photographed at my home, Yakima County, Washington. IMG_4865

Photographed in my backyard, Yakima County, Washington. The Red-tailed Hawk photo is the first in-flight photo with blue sky I have got in several months. IMG_5943

All is well day after the snow, the sun melted all the snow from the feeder and my little friends were able to get some much needed food.

When the stem drooped over, this little Chickadee didn't let go of the seed head that it had landed on; it just hung on and kept pecking away from an inverted position.

 

These cute little characters are year-round residents of the Northern United States and Canada, and are plentiful around many nature centers in Michigan where this image was captured. They are generally curious and unafraid, and will readily eat birdseed out of the hand of a person holding it.

 

Processed in a painterly style for Sliders Sunday

 

HSS!

Its so rewarding to see birds eating the seeds they sowed,

Most of our Sunflowers are from the bird feeders from last winter.

Happy Friday!

Seen on the Beech Forest Trail, near Provincetown.

Black-capped Chickadee, Wildwood Lake, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

They started to visit the feeders already, took this while having lunch.

Nikon D500, Sigma 60-600mm Sports lens, 600mm, f/6.3, 1/640, ISO 640. View Large.

Merci beaucoup pour vos visites et commentaires ♥, thank you so much for the visit and kind comments

 

Demander pour utilisation merci - Ask for use th anks.

 

© Michel Guérin. Tous droits réservés - All rights reserved ©.

Seen on the Beech Forest Trail, near Provincetown.

One of my favourite photos in the back catalogue. This was taken in the early 1990s before digital. Camera and film details escape me now. I do remember that it was at the Jack Pine Nature Trail where I spent many hours in my youth. The entire left side of the image is an out-of-focus pine trunk.

 

When you walk in the pine forests near my hometown of Ottawa, Canada, the black-capped chickadees (Poecile atricapillus) follow you around just on the off chance that you have a pocket full of seeds and will be willing to stand there while they alight and eat from your hand.

 

I learned that trick as a little gaffer and feel that this intimate contact with nature is one of the reasons that I am a biologist today.

This Chickadee seen along the Grindstone Marsh Trail during a Saturday morning hike through the Hendrie Valley, in the Royal Botanical Gardens, Burlington, Ontario.

(Poecile atricapillus)

I'll bet that is what is thinking:-)

My feeding them it started to pay dividends....

 

Photographed the Black-capped Chickadee perched on a branch in a Eastern White Cedar Tree in the backyard in Mountjoy Township in the City of Timmins in Northeastern Ontario Canada

Nikon D500, Sigma 60-600mm Sports lens, 600mm, f/6.3, 1/250, ISO 640. View Large.

Black-capped Chickadee perched on a branch of Eastern White Cedar in the backyard located in Mountjoy Township in the City of Timmins in Northeastern Ontario Canada

Black-capped Chickadee - { Sikorka jasnoskrzydła, Poecile atricapillus }

Long Island, New York

Ania Tuzel© All rights reserved - No Unauthorized Use.

 

400mm - f/8.0 - 1/640 - ISO 800

 

Have a wonderful weekend everyone! Many thanks for your visit and comments :)

Merci de prendre le temps de regarder et d'apprécier mes photos!

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Thank you for taking the time to look and appreciate my pictures!

They always pose before they get their seeds.

Happy Friday!

Photographed at my home, Yakima County, Washington.

 

IMG_7017

Merci de prendre le temps de regarder et d'apprécier mes photos!

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Thank you for taking the time to look and appreciate my pictures!

Just looking pretty!

 

Black-capped Chickadee flying off a branch out at Hersey Lake Conservation Area located in the City of Timmins Northeastern Ontario Canada

This Black-capped Chickadee is one of a number of over-wintering birds in Alaska. I can always count on seeing them around but I often wonder how they endure the harsh weather.

 

Taken 25 February 2019.

Réalisée le 02 février 2016 à Cap Rouge, Québec.

 

Made on February, 2nd / 2016 in Cap Rouge, Quebec.

Réalisé le 16 décembre 2018 le long du chemin Boisclair, à Saint-Antoine de Tilly, comté de Lotbinière, Québec.

 

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Made on December, 16th / 2018 along chemin Boisclair, Saint-Antoine de Tilly, Quebec.

Réalisé le 02 avril 2018 à la Base de Plein Air de Sainte-Foy, ville de Québec, Québec.

 

Made on April, 2nd / 2018 at Base de Plein Air de Sainte-Foy, Quebec city, Quebec.

I tend to ignore them as subjects because they are so common, but I always appreciate their cheery presence especially on very cold days like today.

 

Hermitage Park, Edmonton, Alberta.

Réalisé le 25 janvier 2020 dans le rang Saint-Eustache à Sainte-Croix-de-Lotbinière, Comté de Lotbinière, Québec.

 

Cliquez sur l'image pour l'agrandir / click on the photograph to enlarge it.

 

Taken on January, 25th / 2020 along rang Saint-Eustache, Sainte-Croix-de-Lotbiniere, Lotbiniere county, Quebec.

A bathtub shot from September.

 

I take them for granted because they are always around, but I would really miss them if they disappeared.

 

Edmonton, Alberta.

Photographed in my backyard, West Valley, Yakima County, Washington. Migrants like White-crowned Sparrow and Dark-eyed Juncos have been and continue to arrive in larger numbers each week. IMG_6092

Photographed in my backyard, Yakima County, Washington. The Red-tailed Hawk photo is the first in-flight photo with blue sky I have got in several months. IMG_5930

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