A sweet little backyard bird is the Black-Capped Chickadee. They can be very bold around people often landing on and feeding from your hand if you stand patiently still.
Both male and females look the same. Usually male birds are more colorful or distinctly larger than females.
This link will bring you to a site where you can hear their song and get more information.
Chickadees stay in their region all year round. I pay special attention to keeping my feeder full when winters are harsh here in Massachusetts. If freezing temperatures are maintained for long periods, I put out bowls of warm water. Dehydration is a concern for wintering birds.
Since their song is so very recognizable, I introduce my day care kids to listening for it.
Introducing kids to identifying birds by their songs is a great way to expand their listening skills and ,of course, further an appreciation for Nature.
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