Chickadee birds are common backyard birds found in most of the United States. They are small and look like they have a little black cap on their heads. They like to make their nests early in the Spring season. We had a pair make a nest in a bird house that had a very small opening - about the size of a fifty cent piece. Another made a nest in the street light post more than 30 feet in the air. The Chickadee's were very entertaining to watch as they would wiggle their shoulders to get in and out of the small hole. An excellent source for hearing chickadees and other backyard birds sounds are from Nature Sounds CD's at Animal WorldŽ.
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