Carolina Chickadee with eggs! 🪺

This cute Carolina Chickadee has 6 eggs and a ~4” tall nest, which is huge for the size of the chickadee. Her mate comes occasionally and feeds Mama. These images were captured with a Blink Mini, mounted inside the nest box.

Carolina Chickadees

Chickadee, Bluebird, & Nuthatch.

Rare Bluebird visit to the feeders. There was 2 males & 1 female.

Carolina Chickadees checking out my new nestbox

A male chickadee flew over to the fence near my nestbox, he then when inside, came out, and called to his female. She flew over and went inside. We just put the nestbox up 2 days ago.

Backyard Birds part 2

The Yellow-rumped Warbler comes every day, multiple times a day, for peanut butter.

Backyard Birds part 1

So many backyard birds that I never see! Cowbirds, finches, chickadees, and more!

Feeder Birds

Carolina Chickadees

The chickadees have been coming every day since December 19. They have come to almost all my feeders. They are such cute birds.

Carolina Chickadees, Palm Warbler, Chipping Sparrows, Mourning Doves.

So many birds at my new woodpecker log feeder, tube feeder, platform feeder, and seed block feeder.

Birds enjoying the suet.

The chickadees,Titmice & Nuthatches love the suet.

Chickadee Nest

possible cowbird egg in black capped chickadee nest?

do you the large egg on top of the others could be the egg of a cowbird?

Nesting Mama Chickadee

I knocked on the nestbox and had no indication there was anyone in there. Imagine my surprise to find this little Carolina Chickadee in the nest, presumably on her eggs!

Carolina Chickadee Nest

These chickadees started building 2 days ago.

Carolina Chickadee’s mossy nest

Six Carolina Chickadee eggs located within a bluebird sized box. Placement in residential landscaped garden.

Carolina Chicadee Eggs

this is my 6 eggs in my BB house

Carolina Chickadee Eggs (8)

Nest in a nest box.

First look at the eggs

A quick snap of our nest box with eggs from a Carolina Chickadee

Carolina Chickadee eggs!

Nest Box check – 8 eggs remain intact. Hatch date may start 5-7 🙂

Carolina Chickadee Nest Building

I set this nest box up 4 days ago. The Carolina Chickadees inspected the box the same day and began to build this nest which takes up about half of the box volume. All of this work done in 4 days by two little birds. Hoping for great nesting success this year same as last year. Maybe these birds came from this nest box last year.

Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Cornell Lab of Ornithology