Date: 4/3/21 12:04 pm
From: 'DuWayne Worthington' via Colorado Birds <cobirds...>
Subject: [cobirds] Continuing saga: Black-capped chickadee and red-breasted nuthatch; Littleton
Today the black-capped chickadee appeared an hour later (12 noon instead of
11), and worked on the limb cavity for about 6 minutes. You could see it
taking out pieces of tree and dropping it to the ground. No nuthatches
showed up but when a male house finch flew into the tree about 10 feet away
and started singing, the black-capped chickadee left. The house finch has
done quite a lot of singing from this tree since then on and off and as of
an hour later, the chickadee hasn't returned. Maybe tomorrow?

*DuWayne Worthington*

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