May 16, 2011 by John Rakestraw
This Black-capped Chickadee is drinking from the ant moat of one of my hummingbird feeders. There is a bird bath about four feet away, but perhaps this bird prefers the safety of this less-accessible source.
Posted in behavior | Tagged Black-capped Chickadee | 2 Comments
Ha, that looks like a lot of work compared to using the bird bath!
Cute! I have two of those same feeders and haven’t seen that trick yet!
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