|Not a chickadee, |
but I wanted to show the squares.
Chestnut-backed chickadee ( —its striking appearance makes it look as if it is dressed in its formal best with a black cap and throat, white cheeks and rust-colored back and sides. It's common in coniferous forests along the Pacific coast; less than 5-inches from its round head to its short tail, a tiny pointed beak like a thorn on a rose stem. You'll find them grubbing for insects, prying seeds from a cone, or plucking berries from bushes, and if you put out a feeder, these little guys will put on a show right outside your window.
And, back to Hollywood Squares, Big Bird from Sesame Street, made a guest appearance, answering his question correctly: which bird is the largest in existence? Do you know the answer?