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Claude Freaner 10h
Wood Carving Folk Art Bird Sculpture Figurine
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Everything Birds Dec 7
Black-capped Chickadees are spritely, energetic , and with their sweet songs, bold personalities & hearty appetite for insects, they’re always welcome visitors. But how do you get them to your yard? Learn how to attract the Black-capped !
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tmeditation 12h
Morning tea in my new mug by @candice_methe as a light snow fell. A chickadee called in the next yard &a a single propeller plane purred beneath the clouds, approaching its landing at Teterboro. Pearl Black from Organic Tea House in
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Christian F. Burton 22h
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Tandra Russell Dec 7
One of my favorite photographs.
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Iris van Loon Dec 7
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Jocelyn Anderson Photography Dec 8
Things get pretty intense between two cuties, a Tufted Titmouse and a Black-capped Chickadee. πŸ’₯ (I made sure the Chickadee got a peanut, there is plenty of food for every birdie.)
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Ginny Ball Dec 8
One of 's little known pastimes is .
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Eric Le Bel 15h
My little friend❀ @ Cape Breton Highlands National Park
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LA King 🐍 Dec 8
Place some seed on your windowsill to capture some up-close-and- personal time with your backyard birbs
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Judith Knight Dec 11
These little chickadees get their name from their talkative "-dee-dee". They sweep close-by, impatient for the birdfeeder to be refilled
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Andrew Dec 3
I don’t usually do digital, but working on a vector concept for a volunteer group.
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Kim McKellar Dec 3
And back to my other struggling artist gig...made a kajillion wee bird ornaments for the art show this week.
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Anna Koon Dec 12
little chickadee bird ornament a2n2koon giclee print in tiny vintage-style metal and glass frame with kimono ribbon limited edition gift box via
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Boston Showcase Co Dec 6
The 2018 Awards are out - take a look here. A special congrats to our friend of being named the 2018 Chef of the Year! #2018
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gsmithphotos Dec 12
The cheerful and ever present Chickadee perches high-atop a beautiful pine.
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Lotus Winnie Lee Dec 11
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Lotus Winnie Lee Dec 11
One of my favorite birds, a very common bird... the Black-capped Chickadee. First time I saw one I was in awe of how cute it looked, and still feel that way as of today!
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Sarah O'Neill Dec 11
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Crystal Mielcarek Dec 11
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