Translation of chickadee in Spanish:


paro, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtʃɪkədi/ /ˈtʃɪkədiː/


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    paro masculine
    herrerillo masculine
    • Aside from pigeons, chickadees, seagulls, and the occasional bluejay, we city-dwellers don't usually get to see a variety of bird species.
    • I thought this was smart since that would save energy, but I'm sure there is some predator defense that works since most chickadees grab a seed and eat it elsewhere.
    • There seems to be less of a variety of species now, but the cute chickadees still come by, picking their way through the seeds to get to their favorite sunflower seeds.
    • Intended for the smallest of birds - the chickadees and finches - we assumed the swing factor would be enough to deter larger unwanted guests.
    • Likewise, the chestnut-backed chickadees hide in the branches of the scrub oak awaiting an opportunity for a quick breakfast.
    • House sparrows and starlings seem to not care for the design of the house but tree swallows, bluebirds, chickadees and wrens really like it.
    • If you have an old, dead tree in your garden, woodpeckers, nuthatches, and chickadees may seek out your yard to look for food and build their houses.
    • I discovered that the chickadees had fledged from the bluebird box and bluebirds had started a nest with one egg already laid.
    • Today the chickadees at the feeder put on a show and I was ready, camera in hand.
    • There's a small hole in the wall and he watched the chickadees go in with nesting material.
    • A chickadee clutched something white and pulled at it.
    • A rock had collected a little puddle of water, and a chickadee dropped down to bathe.
    • Black oil sunflower seeds are relished by chickadees, evening grosbeaks, cardinals and finches, and are less attractive to non-native sparrows and starlings.
    • As we had learned from those first brave chickadees, the cardinal, the robin family, and now the sparrow, communion with another life can change your perspective on the world.
    • Your woodpeckers, chickadees and wrens will repay you for keeping a supply of suet on hand by bringing their babies - your next generation of customers - by for a treat.
    • House sparrows, black-capped chickadees, and blue grouse dine on mistletoe berries, while porcupines devour whatever plant parts they can reach.
    • I'm standing at the window considering all this and noting how the chickadees outside seem more cheering than a while ago, when I remember I need to put more wood on the fire.
    • In Massachusetts winter residents include chickadees, nuthatches, woodpeckers, titmice, cardinals, and mockingbirds.
    • Use suet or specialty suet cakes with added berries or peanuts to attract woodpeckers, chickadees, titmice, Carolina wrens and wintering warblers.
    • We cannot recall ever having such large families of cardinals, downy and hairy woodpeckers, English sparrows, blue jays, titmice and chickadees.