The Chestnut-backed Chickadees are small songbirds known for their charming and energetic behavior. They have a distinctive color pattern, with chestnut-brown backs and flanks, contrasting sharply with their white undersides and cheeks. Their caps and throats are sooty black. This bird species is relatively small, generally measuring between 3.1-4.7 inches in length.
Chestnut-backed Chickadees are primarily insectivores but also feed on seeds during the colder months. They're highly sociable birds often seen fluttering around in flocks.
Their melodious songs bring joy to many birdwatchers and nature lovers alike, making them one of the most admired species within their habitat range which extends across the Pacific Northwest coast towards Alaska.
As captivators of natural beauty and symphony, these birds serve as cherished inspirations for many arts - be it paintings, sculptures or in this case - elegant jewelry pieces like Jabebo Earrings.