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  1. Yellow-bellied sapsucker

    Yellow-bellied sapsucker

    It must be November, because my yellow-bellied sapsuckers are back. I only see them, a pair, during migration time, two weeks in April and again in November. I'll have to keep trying to get a shot I like of both though; she shows up before dawn and he just before sunset. I don't know what they...
  2. Yellow-vented Woodpecker

    Yellow-vented Woodpecker

  3. Yellow-bellied sapsucker

    Yellow-bellied sapsucker

    This has been a year of birding firsts for me, most recently a yellow-bellied sapsucker in our yard.
  4. A

    Any tips for trees, shrubs, or other features that attract chickadees, nuthatches, and woodpeckers rather quickly?

    Hello folks! My question is pretty straightforward, I guess, and kind of speaks for itself. Nonetheless, I will go into more detail. Our backyard in New Hampshire has a fair abundance of black-capped chickadees, white-breasted nuthatches, downy woodpeckers, and hairy woodpeckers. Although I...
  5. Yellow-bellied.jpg


    Another view of the Yellow-bellied sapsucker.
  6. Yellow-bellied sapsucker 2.jpg

    Yellow-bellied sapsucker 2.jpg

    Today I have a worthy contribution that I am happy to post. Hope you like her as much as I do.
  7. Iberian Green Woodpecker

    Iberian Green Woodpecker

  8. Downy woodpecker

    Downy woodpecker

    The first one to show up for the day and the last one to leave the old food trough, one of a few Downy woodpeckers that frequent my yard.
  9. JoeGBirder

    An amazing woodpecker is almost endangered!

    One of the most stunning woodpeckers that exist are going to soon be marked as endangered- unless we do something about it! We've already probably lost the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker due to habitat loss, and we can't have the same thing happen to the beautiful Red-Headed Woodpecker. It's my dream...
  10. Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

    Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

  11. Female Downy Woodpecker..jpg

    Female Downy Woodpecker..jpg

    Very ordinary but never taken for granted. A smile like that face here has can make a difference in my day!!!
  12. Female Red-bellied Woodpecker..jpg

    Female Red-bellied Woodpecker..jpg

  13. Yellow-bellied Sapsucker.jpg

    Yellow-bellied Sapsucker.jpg

    I don't get to see these often and I'm so happy when I do. They make beautiful sounds and a course so pretty to look at.
  14. Golden-fronted woodpecker

    Golden-fronted woodpecker

    Had a couple of woodpeckers come by for a visit today. Had fun taking their photo.
  15. Downy Woodpecker, female

    Downy Woodpecker, female

  16. Red-bellied Woodpecker

    Red-bellied Woodpecker

    It's not often I find a woodpecker on the birdbath and this was early in the morning magnifying his colors even more. This breed is very colorful but if I ever could get the Pileated Woodpecker this close imagine how great that would be. Oh too, how I wish I had my Red-headed Woodpecker back...
  17. Green Woodpecker

    Green Woodpecker

  18. Ladder-back Woodpecker

    Ladder-back Woodpecker

    Ladder-back woodpecker working his territory near Patagonia, Arizona.
  19. White Woodpeckers

    White Woodpeckers

    White Woodpeckers (Melanerpes candidus)
  20. Lesser Spotted Woodpecker

    Lesser Spotted Woodpecker

  21. Lesser Spotted Woodpecker

    Lesser Spotted Woodpecker

  22. A juvenile Great Spotted Woodpecker

    A juvenile Great Spotted Woodpecker

  23. A male Great Spotted Woodpecker

    A male Great Spotted Woodpecker

    A GSW posing for the camera this morning
  24. Great Spotted Woodpecker

    Great Spotted Woodpecker

    Great Spotted Woodpecker male
  25. Common Flameback female

    Common Flameback female

    Female Common Flameback