Just to add another chickadee to Wayne's postings of "little birds", here is a Boreal Chickadee, a year round resident of much of Canada and Alaska. Rather than the more typical black cap seen on most chickadee species, this one has a brown cap, with pinkish brown flanks. I have seen them in Alberta, Canada, although the Black-capped is much more common, and and seen everywhere, it seems. It was very exciting to see my first Boreal, which I had seen in the field guide for years, but had never seen in real life. This one was photographed at Wagner Natural Area west of Edmonton, Alberta.
BTW, I'm not sure of my participation here this weekend, as it is my largest show of the year, and I'll be pretty consumed by it. I'll comment and post as possible.