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266 The Book of Woodcraft ish gray below, it is barred with dusky brown on wings and tail. It nests in a hole, and is found in wooded America east of the plains, north to Saskatchewan. Ottawa and Maine. Chickadee {Penthestes atricapillus) . This cheerful little bird is five and a half inches long. Its cap and throat are Common House Wren. Robin. Chickadee. black. Its upper parts are gray, its under parts brownish^ its cheeks white, no streaks anywhere. It does not migrate, so it is well known in the winter woods of eastern America up to the Canadian region where the Brown-Capped or Hudson Chickadee takes its place. Its familiar song chickadee dee dee has given it its name. Wood Thrush {Hylocichla mustelinus). About eight