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Carolina Chickadee0 locationsBird
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Feb 4 2016
Zilker Park
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Feb 4 2016
Zilker Park
TypeBird
FamilyParidae - tits, chickadees, and titmice birds
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Poecile carolinensis

Their breeding habitat is mixed or deciduous woods in the United States from New Jersey west to southern Kansas and south to Florida and Texas; there is a gap in the range at high altitudes in the Appalachian Mountains where they are replaced by their otherwise more northern relative, the black-capped chickadee. They nest in a hole in a tree; the pair excavates the nest, using a natural cavity or sometimes an old woodpecker nest. They may interbreed with black-capped chickadees where the ranges overlap, which can make identification difficult.

They are permanent residents, not usually moving south even in severe winter weather.

source: wikipedia.com
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