The researchers could tell that the parasites had attacked locally because one bird, an infected myrtle warbler, was too young to have migrated yet and the remainder, all black-capped chickadees, stay in Alaska year-round.
What does BCCH stand for?
BCCH stands for Black-Capped Chickadee
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- Buckinghamshire Clinical Commissioning Group (UK)
- Bronchogenic Carcinoma Cooperation Group of SEPAR (Spanish Society of Pneumology and Thoracic Surgery)
- British Columbia Common Ground Alliance (Canada)
- British Columbia Cranberry Growers' Association (Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada)
- Brooksville Camping Club Group (Brooksville, FL)
- Bengal Cat Club of Great Britain (UK)
- Border Collie Club of Great Britain (UK)
- Board Certified Compulsive Gambling Counselor
- British Car Club of Greater Cincinnati
- Banco Central de Chile (Santiago, Chile)
- British Chamber of Commerce in Hungary (est. 1991)
- British Columbia Children's Hospital (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
- Broadcast Control Channel
- Bexar County Community Health Collaborative (San Antonio, TX)
- Black Creek Community Health Centre (Canada)
- Bartow County Christian Home Educators (Georgia)
- British Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong
- British Columbia Committee for Human Rights in the Philippines (Canada)
- Baruch College Campus High School (est. 1997; New York, NY)
- Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School (Bethesda, Maryland)
Samples in periodicals archive:
During Trial l, no significant differences in bird abundance were observed among the three small-seed varieties with five species having > 30 observations: Downy Woodpecker (Picoides pubescens, N = 106), Black-capped Chickadee (N = 63), House Finch (N = 81), American Goldfinch (N = 691), and House Sparrow (N = 45).
It wouldn't do to put a neophyte birder with a grizzled veteran birder who's no longer thrilled by his 10,000th sighting of a black-capped chickadee, for example.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Here are a few winter birds and their favorite foods: Birds Foods Northern Cardinal safflower seeds, fruit, berries, nuts Black-Capped Chickadee hulled sunflower seeds, peanuts, berries Downy Woodpecker hulled sunflower seeds, tree nuts, fruit Red-Breasted Nuthatch hulled sunflower seeds, peanuts Tufted Titmouse hulled sunflower seeds, fruits, nuts Dark-Eyed Junco white millet, cracked corn