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© Heather Mellon
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UploadedSeptember 1, 2010
TakenAugust 31, 2010
Exposure1/400 sec at f/5.6
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length300 mm
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One of the young chickadees from this year's hatch, and they quickly learn where the feeders are.

6 responses

  • Regenia Brabham

    Regenia Brabham gave props (1 Sep 2010):

    I love the chickadees. Such brave and beautiful little birds.

  • Richard Knight

    Richard Knight gave props (1 Sep 2010):

    What an attractive little bird. He blends right into his environment. You have good vision, Heather.

  • allan

    allan gave props (1 Sep 2010):

    cool shot

  • Juanita Vivas

    Juanita Vivas (Deleted) gave props (1 Sep 2010):

    We have quite a few around here and I love to watch them. I love all the detail in this...a Beautiful photo !!!

  • je suis moi

    je suis moi gave props (2 Sep 2010):

    This reminds me of the little one I saw yesterday caught in a spider web. A believe it or not story. Great shot.

  • Judy and Wayne Wanamaker

    Judy and Wayne Wanamaker gave props (9 Sep 2010):

    A great capture!! We have those too. They love to visit our feeders, but find our presence disruptive. They sit up in a tree and make a fuss until we leave.

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