Chickadees are so ubiquitous -- in nature and at my birdfeeders -- that I seldom bother to point a camera at them, anymore. I couldn't resist a shot of this fellow outside the Hunting Island State Park pier as he perched on a redbud tree that is, well, about to bud.
Chickadees are so ubiquitous -- in nature and at my birdfeeders -- that I seldom bother to point a camera at them, anymore. I couldn't resist a shot of this fellow outside the Hunting Island State Park pier as he perched on a redbud tree that is, well, about to bud. Staff photo
Chickadees are so ubiquitous -- in nature and at my birdfeeders -- that I seldom bother to point a camera at them, anymore. I couldn't resist a shot of this fellow outside the Hunting Island State Park pier as he perched on a redbud tree that is, well, about to bud. Staff photo

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