The Retiring Boreal Chickadee

The Boreal Chickadee is not as gregarious as it’s cousin, the black-capped chickadee, which we see here daily. The Boreal Chickadee seems shy in comparison and doesn’t seem to enjoy being caught on camera.


Right click here and click “save target as” (on a PC) to save this boreal chickadee PDF pattern to your computer.


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One Response to The Retiring Boreal Chickadee

  1. Nita Wessing says:

    I just love your birds. You have created such wonderful patterns for each bird. Thank you for sharing and being so kind. It is such a blessing and a joy to have such a talent that you have shared. Thanks again. I hope to make a few. I just love birds
    and you have brought much joy to my heart.

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