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Red-bellied woodpecker (female)
My red-bellied woodpecker came back! I haven't seen her since July and feared she'd moved on, but here she is!
Habitat
forests with dead/decaying trees
Location
Branford, Connecticut
Date taken
10-20-2021
Scientific name
Melanerpes carolinus
Equipment used
Nikon D70 300mm
Shutter speed, aperture & ISO
500th F5.6
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Great shot, Barbie! I see these woodpeckers all the time at my backyard feeder, but I can't get enough of them! I enjoy seeing their colors getting shots of them, too.

Mike
 
Great shot, Barbie! I see these woodpeckers all the time at my backyard feeder, but I can't get enough of them! I enjoy seeing their colors getting shots of them, too.

Mike
Thank you - and I wish I had them at my feeder all the time too! She just showed up here for the first time in March and I have never had one in the yard before.
 

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