29 thoughts on “The Chickadee and The Blue Jay

    1. Thank you so much. I love the feathered friends too and was pretty glad to catch a couple shots of the elusive, ever mobile chickadee. Have a great day. 🙂

    1. They may be trusting or they may just associate me with food and consider me less of a threat on that count. I am not in a blind when photographing. More like just standing on the porch watching them perform their eternal dance while they pay me little heed.

    1. Thanks. They are beautiful birds. I’m particularly pleased with the last shot, capturing the intense stare from the blue jay. 🙂

    1. Thanks. They are indeed beautiful. Fun to watch too – always in movement. Except for when the blue jay just sits in the feeder eating, seeming to dare any of the smaller birds to kick him out. 🙂

    1. Hey Julie… Thanks. They sure are beautiful birds. I hope the intense hum-bug stare of Mr. Blue Jay wasn’t too upsetting. 🙂

    1. Aha. Chickadee but not Blue Jay in Finland. That’s interesting. I assume the chickadee sticks around all winter, as it does here.

      1. Sorry, I was wrong. We actually have no Chickadees nor Blue Jays. The Chickadee looks so much like the Parus major, Great tit which we have. They don’t migrate except in extremely harsh winters.

    1. Yes, I saw it. I love it, as I note on the post. Give me a fancy digital camera and I can pretend to be artistic but give me a paintbrush and…. well, I’ll just hand it to you, as you can make it sing. 🙂

      1. Thank you Jim! You do very well with your camera! 🙂
        This summer I plan to use some of your photos to paint from! 😀

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