Call of the ChickadeeComments (0)
By Bob Goad
Capture all the character of this tiny backyard friend while you learn the finer points of creating natural-looking and realistic wildlife carvings.
If you’ve been fortunate enough to see a black-capped chickadee in the wild, you might describe its personality as chipper, energetic or even friendly. The black-capped chickadee is a fairly tame animal, a common backyard bird in most of North America (except for the southernmost United States and the northernmost portions of the Canadian provinces). With a white face highlighted by a black cap and throat, the chickadee is highly visible as it darts about the branches. Measuring only about 5", the small bird graces our feeders here in Oklahoma so frequently that even our youngest son Robin can identify it on sight.
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