Still need ID

by Joyce
(North GA)



Twice the size of a chickadee. One seed at a time at feeder.

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Feb 17, 2016
Need ID NEW
by: Anonymous

I believe this is a Carolina Chickadee. It has the same markings and would make sense that it is in GA

Feb 17, 2016
Grow Big in North Georgia NEW
by: Joyce

Thank you for the input. These might be Carolina Chickadees on steroids! They are the size of a Cardinal.

Feb 16, 2016
Still need ID NEW
by: Anonymous

Possibly a larger variation of the black cap chickadee?

In addition to black capped chickadees there are Mountain chickadees, Boreal chickadees and Carolina chickadees.

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