Black-capped chickadees are seen less on the High Line than house sparrows, but there's something about this little bird that makes me think of New York. They are curious and social and constantly cheeping out their whereabouts. They also have the nerve to eat seeds right out of your hand. Once you learn their call and begin to spot them, you'll see them everywhere (at least in the northern half of the United States). They are the friendliest bird and somewhere always by your side.
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Medium: Museo Portfolio Rag