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Saturday, November 10, 2007

Here are two more pics of one of the Mountain Chickadees visiting my feeders. I usually get a pair of Mountain Chickadees that spend the winter in and around my yard, but these are quite early. It is certainly not the weather that is causing these and other mountain bird species to move to lower elevation locations as we are still enjoying a very warm fall. Today, as well as most days this week, the high was in the 70's.

By the way, though the top pic doesn't enlarge well, I find it interesting to check out the feet and amble (though tiny) claws on this birds feet by double-clicking on the bottom pic that does enlarge pretty good. It also shows the feather details nicely. SeEtta


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