An urgent message from the Northwest Bird Watchers Guild. A strange chickadee flight pattern has emerged this fall. Instead of flying south for the winter or retreating to their nests with a case of Charles Shaw, many have been seen migrating to the Fremont area of Seattle. Reportedly the chicks are congregating at newly opened Finch & Sparrow. Stocked with local and international accessories labels, the boutique offers oodles of plumage possibilities. Activewear in organic cottons and recycled poly from NaLa Seattle, cold-weather gear from Rikka, beaded collars, vegan purses, and Samantha Slater and Bijoudally jewelry are making birds everywhere shake a tail feather, notably because the prices aren’t panic inducing. That’s not to say things are cheap, cheap. Finch & Sparrow, 3420 Fremont Avenue North (206-547-3670 or finchnsparrow.blogspot.com).