A photojournal of wildlife, wild flowers and forest life in a small section of Northern Ontario, Canada.
I think that is what we call a long-tailed tit in these parts.
I think its a cross between the Long-taled Tit and Marsh Tit in England.
All Chickadees deserve a 10 for their amazing acrobatics! Great captures of the sweet bird.
Oh, it's cute!By the way, Ira is OK now. We had difficult weekend, but now she's much better:)
Great series of a darling little fellow, whatever it is decided he is. ;)
Wonderful photos, Gary!
Perfectly done!10 it is for certain!
Fun series! :0) Chickadees are so sweet!
hihi, fun. :) A champ alright.
Long-tailed tit I reckon, not versed in long stories :-)
Very nice capture. They are so active, I had a hard time to photograph them.
Lovely shots. As Bob said, they look rather like our British tits, such as Marsh Tits.
Thanks for comment. This was a perfect set of images. Beautiful! Like your blog very much, you have a new follower.Have a nice week.
What a great series of acrobatic shots!
Hi WTP. I think they might be alike, but these guys are adapted to a harsh environement.
Strange eh Bob?
Great to hear about Ira, Joo.
Thanks Lois. They just want to claim him as their Oylmpic rep.
Hi Dawn. You're right 10.
Hi NF, and thanks for the visit.
We're all experienced in long stories in the Vermilon River.
Thanks G&B for the visit and words.
Amazing the similarity isn't it Jeremy.
Thanks Mama Zen.
Thanks Fotokarusellen for your kind words.
That little fellow is so darned cute. Great captures!