Wednesday, January 14, 2015

South Burlington birds: Black-capped Chickadee photos

Black-capped Chickadee photos, South Burlington, Vt

South Burlington photos


Welcome to the SB Vermont Backyard Birding, Issue # 2, Black-capped Chickadee. 

All things Vermont - Bird images captured outside our South Burlington, VT kitchen window.





I can fly all daywithout leaving the house,thanks to our backyard birds.

































 














 


















 
  

  



































                                          Organic weed seeds - yummy


VT avian cowboys with black hats. Don't let the black hats fool you. These are the good guys.
















 




 







 



















Happy Backyard Birding!


To view any of the other 14 bird postings in my SB Backyard birds series, click on the Table of Contents tab on the top of  this blog, next, page down to All things Vermont, Birds... then click on the bird posting of your choice. 

Click on Black-capped Chickadee  for more info. from Bird Watchers Digest Magazine.

Click on Backyard Wildlife Habitat in Vermont, for information on feeding and attracting backyard birds in Vermont. 

Click on Audubon Society for Vermont birding information.

Photos taken with Canon Power Shot S3IS


                                                                                     Winter Chill Art 
Low tomorrow -7 degrees. I am putting out some toothpicks so the birds can fill their wood stoves.

Happy backyard bird-watching!


Bernie publishes essays and photos reflecting Vermont values of Green and Clean and Community. He urges us all to pick up litter and maintain a litter free environment through caring, community, and contribution in order to protect our water, wildlife, and human health. 
Bernie resides in SB, Vermont.
   This April 27 photo demonstrates how much of a cold, cold, cold, cold winter we had in Vermont this year. And how late spring is arriving. This Chickadee still shows a bit of 'frost' - as a white top on its head!