Black Capped Chickadee, North America, Chickadee calls are complex and language-like, communicating information on identity and recognition of other flocks as well as predator alarms and contact calls. The more dee notes in a chickadee-dee-dee call, the h
Purple glossy starling from Wild for Wildlife & Nature. Purple glossy-starling This African species is found from Senegal and northern Zaire east to Sudan and western Kenya.
Bridled Titmouse (Baeolophus wollweberi) is the most strikingly marked of the American titmice and chickadees, the Bridled Titmouse has a black bib and a white-and-black patterned face. Primarily a Mexican species, its range reaches the United States only in the southern mountains of Arizona and New Mexico.