Black Capped Chickadee

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  1. uplander

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  2. Don Kondra

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    Very nice shot, the little so and so's don't stay still long.

    Nice catch light in the eye, I first thought it was an awkward head angle but the little guy is probably just puffed up trying to stay warm :)

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    Great shot. the hard thing about getting a good shot of these little guys is bringing out the dark head, and the low light and grey background was perfect for that here.
     
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    I like how puffy he is
     
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    This is a great shot. In my opinion, they are the cutest thing flying. Well done.

    Mac,
     
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    This is, imo, a perfect bird capture. The colors work great, love the gray background and the color of the stems and buds, and how they blend very well with the bird. awsome job
     

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