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  1. Florida Scrub Jay with a Florida sized Acorn

    Florida Scrub Jay with a Florida sized Acorn

    Florida has one bird that is endemic to the state, the Florida Scrub Jay. Sadly, their numbers are in decline. It is the only species of bird endemic to the U.S. state of Florida and one of only 15 species endemic to the continental United States. Because of this, it is keenly sought by birders...
  2. Acorn Woodpecker

    Acorn Woodpecker

    These colorful, vociferous birds are just flat-out entertaining, as long as they don't choose your house for a granary. Its call was the basis for Woody Woodpecker's signature laugh.
  3. Eurasian jay

    Eurasian jay

    Storing acorn. Flyby over my yard.
  4. Acorn Woodpecker 2435.jpg

    Acorn Woodpecker 2435.jpg

    Acorn Woodpecker cacheing acorns
  5. Acorn Woodpecker (female)

    Acorn Woodpecker (female)

    Taken at the Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreation Area (Lake Boris).
  6. Acorn Woodpecker

    Acorn Woodpecker

    Acorn woodpecker in the shady near San Diego
  7. Acorn Woodpecker

    Acorn Woodpecker

  8. A clown or a mime?

    A clown or a mime?

    I can't decide which the acorn woodpeckers (the many) that live here in the "wild hinterlands" of my native Sonoma County, Northern California, look more like! Around here, they are the most numerous of all the birds and they also make up the "advance alarm system" that warns...
  9. I found a BIG one!

    I found a BIG one!

    Believe it or not, this little oak titmouse actually flew away with this acorn in its mouth!
  10. Four Acorn Woodpeckers

    Four Acorn Woodpeckers

    Four acorn woodpeckers (top bird replaced with a previous image, clouds added)