What eats chickadees?
Things like weasels, snakes, black bears, mice and squirrels. At least that's for chestnut backed chickadees, which I'm doing a school project on.
A flock of Chickadees. From elsewhere on the web: TRIVIA: A group of Black-Capped Chickadees are referred to as a banditry of Black-Capped Chickadees or a dissimulation of Black-Capped Chickadees A group of chickadees is called a flock.
Chickadees, Hummingbirds, and Titmice are birds that will eat rose aphids. Another bird that eats rose aphids is the Warbler.
Chickadees are not endangered.
Chickadees do not migrate.
Sparrows and chickadees are too genetically different to breed, but Black capped chickadees and Carolina chickdees do sometimes hybridize, as they are very close relatives.
Chickadees particularly like sunflower seeds.
black-capped chickadees (chickadees) are found in Canada and the USA
Black-capped chickadees live in the US and Canada.
Chickadees are found statewide, in a variety of habitats.
Chickadees eat many things, and insects among them, so yes they are predators.
People do not eat chickadees. The bird is too small to provide enough food.
chickadees are provincial birds of Manitoba i believe so they cant
Chickadees are very fond of tiny sunfower seeds.
They're so endangered it's unreal. I almost can't even deal. We seriously need to stop skiing down the mountains, and running over all the chickadees. If you want Easter to keep having little chickadees, BE MORE CAREFUL. Long live the mountain chickadees!
Chickadees have a bounding flight, going up and down as they move.
No, but the two are very similar. The black capped is slightly larger, and more northerly in distribution.
No, for the most part. They are well adapted to survive winter. Some may withdraw southward in harsher weather, but normally chickadees do not migrate.
they have mouths and beaks
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the same way you survive
Yes they are because the are chicks.
it is 276 yrs old
with it's mouth
They eat worms
Chickadees are not decomposers. They are consumers.
dive in the water
Black-capped chickadees will lay from 1 to 13 eggs per clutch. The nesting period for these birds is from 12 to 16 days.
Caching is when chickadees gather and store seeds for winter. They stores hundreds of seeds per day and places them in different locations for protection.
There are 64 species in the family Paridae found in the world. In North America, the Carolina, black capped, and boreal chickadees, and tufted and black crested titmice represent the family.
warm blooded because they remain warm even if the temp. is 0 below out side :) Alternate answer: Chickadees and birds in general are warmblooded creatures.
YES - I live just outside of Tampa, and see them in the early Spring - then they come 'round again in October. Just saw a couple chickadees this afternoon. :-) H
there both nuts
Their name is taken from the call they make.
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they fly on and on on and on on and on on and on on and on on and on on and on on and on! they fly forever!
Spring through early summer.
A chickadees call is how it gets its name.
Sunflowers and Chickadees symbolize optimism
Any fortunate carnivore will.
Chickadees are members of the family Paridae, which includes 64 species worldwide. Small, active birds, many old world species are called "tits".
Chickadees are birds and, like all birds, they are vertebrates because they have a spine and spinal cord, and an internal skeleton. They belong to the Phylum Chordata. Mammals, birds, fish, reptiles and amphibians are all vertebrates.
Usually around five to six years.
Only by misbehaving little boys with BB guns.
Provide feeders full of sunflower seeds.
Chickadees, kinglets, most finches, warblers.
Yes. All birds are.
smaller birds such as chickadees and sparrows