Feathery Friday – Black Cap in The Snow

As I mentioned in a prior post, I hit the jackpot with cute little floofy birds on this cold and snowy February day in 2022. There were a lot of Eastern Bluebirds as well as Black Capped Chickadees and each and every one of them was fluffed up to stay warm.

Birds can be adorable on a regular day but when they fluff up to keep warm they are just cute little puffballs. You can see in this image that it was beginning to snow which I feel adds to the “atmosphere” of the photo – get it?

On a side note, this year the weather has been warmer than usual and the birds have been hiding or something because I haven’t seen as many of them so far this year as I did last year. I hope that turns around soon.

Teri đź“·

black capped chickadee, snowy day, winter scene

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5 Responses to Feathery Friday – Black Cap in The Snow

  1. shoreacres says:

    Chickadees have been my most faithful feeder visitors this year, if you don’t count the doves and squirrels. They’re adorable birds, and this is a fine portrait.

  2. Timothy Price says:

    He’s all capped out.

  3. Lavinia Ross says:

    We have the little chickadees out here, too. They adorable, friendly birds.

  4. Nancy says:

    My favorite bird! Oh how i love seeing chickadees when I get back to Pennsylvania.

  5. equinoxio21 says:

    Very cute… How do you call that bird? In French I would call it a “mĂ©sange”. And probably be wrong.
    Todo bien? (Dentro de lo que cabe?)

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