chickadee


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any of various small grey-and-black songbirds of North America

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In a study published in Ecography, Latimer and coauthor Ben Zuckerberg, professor of forest and wildlife ecology, show that these forest refuges may mean the difference between life and death for chickadees and their overwintering songbird kin.
After the big hunt, while everyone is turning 30 killed buffalo into food, hides and more, Makoons and Chickadee adopt an orphaned buffalo calf.
Midstream company EnLink Midstream Partners LP (NYSE:ENLK) disclosed on Monday the start of a binding open season for volume commitments for common carrier transportation service for its new USD70m - USD80m Greater Chickadee crude oil gathering system in the Permian Basin.
The acquisition of the Chickadee 3D and Kingfisher 3D surveys is consistent with our strategy to grow in prolific and high potential onshore plays in North America through both organic and inorganic investment.
She stitched swirls in the background of the large center rectangle and dark green border, curves in the cream pinwheel patches and small chickadee rectangles, and a holly motif in the red border.
Chickadee Education now runs in schools throughout Yorkshire and teaches children about caring for animals in a practical way by rearing their own chicks and looking after chickens.
Murphy (illustrator); CHICKADEES AT NIGHT; Sleepytime Press (Children's: Picture Books) 18.
The chickadee parents frantic in the trees, darting and calling,
Fields's Mae West classic film My Little Chickadee, the music supervisor was Frank Skinner.
Martin Operations LLC, led by Nancy Martin, bought Chickadee Place at 601-615 Chickadee Drive.
Eugene woodworker Janette Square used an acrylic painting by Cindy Kobriger as the basis for her intarsia design of a chickadee.
Finally the bird was exposed to five minutes of pre-recorded song, either from pairs of song sparrows, a sparrow and a chickadee (effectively a solo sparrow) or a pair of chickadees (the control condition).
Like Shiva, many-armed, already ancient when my friend bought the place, the tree's cracked limbs clawed the air, where nine feeders hosted generations--noisy chickadee and siskin, nuthatch and woodpecker.
chickaDEE magazine, once the fledgling partner of the successful OWL magazine, is now 30 years old and celebrations are taking place through the summer and early fall.
So, the little chickadee gathered his strength and hopped on through the snow, clutching his wings about him to stave off the cold.