The mountain
chickadee has
white eyebrows.
It has a beak,
feathers, and
talons.
It’s gray legs
help it
camouflage.
Chickadees
eat seeds
and insects.
Their
feathers
help them fly
to their food.
They get
their food
from seed
feeders, and
t...
Chickadees
build their
homes in a
hole out of
sticks and
stones in
the
woodlands.
The chickadee
lifespan is
around two
years. They
normally have
five to eight
young in a
year.
Chickadees
have a
gestation ...
Chickadee’s
eggs are white.
Their legs and
feet are
adapted for
perching. They
can have a
second or third
family, and they...
Source 1: Teikla, Stan. Birds of Colorado.
  Cambridge, MN: Adventure Publications, Inc.,
  2001
Source 2: Card, Chickadee...
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The Mountain Chickadee

  1. 1. The mountain chickadee has white eyebrows. It has a beak, feathers, and talons. It’s gray legs help it camouflage.
  2. 2. Chickadees eat seeds and insects. Their feathers help them fly to their food. They get their food from seed feeders, and they eat whenever food is available.
  3. 3. Chickadees build their homes in a hole out of sticks and stones in the woodlands.
  4. 4. The chickadee lifespan is around two years. They normally have five to eight young in a year. Chickadees have a gestation length of ten to twelve days. They have to break through their shell as a baby and then collect food as an adult.
  5. 5. Chickadee’s eggs are white. Their legs and feet are adapted for perching. They can have a second or third family, and they flock with other birds.
  6. 6. Source 1: Teikla, Stan. Birds of Colorado. Cambridge, MN: Adventure Publications, Inc., 2001 Source 2: Card, Chickadee. Leisure Books, Ltd., 1975. Source 3: Alsop, Fred J. Birds of North America Source4:Ask a Scientist . 5 May 2009 http://www.newton.dep.anl.gov/askasci/bio00 /bio00027.htm . Source 5:Wild Birds Forever. 6 May 2009 http://www.birdsforever.com/chickdee.html .

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