A smell of wood smoke tickled his nostrils and the chickaree knew that a man had come to the pines.
Biting off a pine cone, the chickaree dropped it squarely on the man's face.
Fire in chickaree Draw could destroy all the Douglas fir there, and consequently much of the habitat occupied by the chickaree.
In his investigation of the habits of squirrels, he finds the red squirrel, or chickaree, much more intelligent than the chipmunk.
Three inches from his nest, the chickaree paused on an outjutting stub.
In a grove of pines, a chickaree came out of the warm nest where he had spent the night.
Though he could neither see nor hear anything, the chickaree knew that something was present, if only because the deer were not.
The pines were part of a marten's beat, and the marten had chased the chickaree several times.
On May 29, 1935, White observed a chickaree eating green oak leaves.
The chickaree held perfectly still, bright eyes glowing and small ears straining.