Black-Capped Chickadee

Here at the Redbarn, it’s time to relax and ponder(if we want to work that hard today)what is ahead for the new year!  That down time can always be filled with the joy of bird watching.  The  Chickadees are so joyous and unafraid.  Time to get some suet feed bags made and hung in the RedBarn Maple tree.  I’ll check under the kitchen sink, in my little bag stash, to see if I have saved any of the mesh onion bags that work so nicely for this.   Hmmmm…….ponder, joyous and unafraid. . . .maybe that’s my still, small, soul voice speaking . . . .giving me direction for  the new year.

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3 thoughts on “Black-Capped Chickadee

  1. Becky,
    Your photography is stunningly beautiful! I love the chickadee and your comments about the new year and what it may bring. You have a powerful way of affirming our connections with nature right in front of us!
    Happy New Year to you and Randy!

    1. Becky,
      I enjoy my best traveling from inside my house right here on Big Stone Lake! The lake, trees, birds,deer, and the rolling hills across the lake are all beautiful and so easy to enjoy. Your photos add to my “easy armchair traveling”!! Thanks for sharing.

  2. Hi Mo,

    You found me!! Thank you for the very nice comments and for loving the Chickadee-dee-dee! You are the one with the awesome travel plans for the New Year. You go girl!!

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