The Black-Capped Chickadee is plentiful in Wisconsin most of the year.

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The Black-Capped Chickadee has a range in Alaska, Canada, and the Northern half of the U.S. He is a small bird that is distinctively patterned with a combination black cap and bib, and white cheeks. The habitat is mixed and deciduous woods, willow thickets, groves, shade trees, and likes to visit feeders. He likes to eat suet and sunflower seeds. I like to watch him fly through the woods at approximately eyelevel, where he seems to fly in slow motion.