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i love these guys. we keep 'em here (and in seed) all year.
I like your bird feeder also the way you have it close to the tree. For red top Notch Bird.
How fun..he's a handsome fella!I had a hairy woodpecker in my yard this week!
First come, first served. Beautiful captures of the birds.
Great capture Daniel! These little woodies are such vibrant red heads! They are the most abundant woodpecker to my yard!
Beautiful bird, but where's the red belly? Looks more red crested.
Good question Stephen!Here's what I've found.You would think it should be clearly evident... but it isn't.Source: http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Red-bellied_Woodpecker/idRed-bellied WoodpeckerAdult femaleRed nape, reddish around base of billBlack and white barred backGray face, crown, and underpartsRed belly usually concealed by surrounding gray feathers
Beautiful bird, I like the bluebird too.
What a treat!
If I see one of theses birds in Pickering it would make my day. It's rare find here.
Nice looking fella- don't ever see any around here.
Oh I have never seen one of them it is so beautiful Daniel Thank you. B
I love his little red cap!
Hi Daniel...Thanks for visiting...You sure are talented with the bird photos...Very nice...I always consider myself lucky, when I get a good close-up..Cheers!Linda :o)
They are beautiful birds. I am lucky enough to see them often in my yard.
Love the red-bellied woodpecker! You captured him wonderfully. And a bonus blue jay. :)
What a beautiful bird! And I really love the second picture - kind of wondering how that played out.
Wow! Two colorful birds in the same shot.
On Christmas Day, for the very first time, I also saw a red-breasted woodpecker in our property near Lake Ontario in the Newcastle area. It was the first one that i'd seen except for photos. My photos didn't compare to the beautiful captures that you show on your blog. Great pictures!
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