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The Black-capped Chickadee has a black cap and bib with white sides to the face. Its underparts are white with rusty brown on the flanks. Its back is gray and the tail is normally slate-gray. The male and female both look alike, but the male is generally bigger then the female.
Found in old growth forest. Some of the trees in the area include; Wild Cherry, Crab Apple, Ash, Elm, Basswood, Maple, Poplar, Spruce, Aak and Shagbark Hickory.
Photographed in my front yard ( heavily wooded)