Bird - Tufted Titmouse - winter Birds sing after a storm; why shouldn't people feel as free to delight in whatever sunlight remains to them? - Rose Kennedy As a photographer I have a passion for birds.
One of the cheeriest winter visitors, the black-capped chickadee often travels in small groups, showing up at feeders with friends and family in tow. Each chickadee will grab a sunflower seed and then fly to a nearby branch to devour it.
Black-capped chickadee - Extremely agile and quick, the chickadee can feed in any position, including upside down. Because of their high metabolism, chickadees spend nearly every daylight moment gleaning food.