The Black-Capped Chickadee is found in the dark area of the map throughout the year. The diet consist of insects, berries and seeds. They have one brood a year with a clutch size anywhere from 1 to 13 eggs; white with fine reddish-brown dots. Incubation period is 12 - 13 days, and the nest period is 12 - 16 days. FEED If you wish to attract the Black-Capped Chickadee to your yard, listed below are some of the feed types these birds prefer. Peanuts Black Oil Sunflower Seeds Suet Peanut Hearts…
By John Turner With winter’s icy embrace hitting Long Island we tend to respond by spending more time indoors out of the cold, something we all certainly did during this winter's visit of the polar vortex to Long Island, which dropped nighttime temperatures well below zero. Wild animals, of course
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A black-capped chickadee (Poecile atricapillus) is a very tiny bird. Close views like the one above give the avian a somewhat larger feel. The close crop is due to the extreme nearness of the bird. Also, to the right of the bird's rump is a strongly out-of-focus chestnut-backed chickadee.