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Lovely photo Sue. What do you have in the feeder?
14/Sep/09 1:11 AM
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Woodpecker block, different seeds and nuts made into a block
14/Sep/09 5:20 AM
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I love woodpeckers, except when they're pecking on the house gutters . We see a lot of them. My favorite is the pilliated ones, they sound like a jungle bird!
14/Sep/09 7:11 AM
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But he's a redhead. not a red belly!
14/Sep/09 8:27 AM
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A pretty bird. This one looks like a red-capped woodpecker!
14/Sep/09 8:35 AM
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This is a rather misleading name, since the "red patch on the lower abdomen is seldom visible in the field." The red-headed woodpecker's entire head IS bright red. Kate's name would be more appropriate -- although the pileated woodpecker has a bright red cap, too! (although it's actually more of a crest than a cap...)
14/Sep/09 12:23 PM
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I'm just glad he has a determined glint in his eye and a long beak, because he isn't exactly right next to that woodpecker block!
14/Sep/09 2:00 PM
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TerrierCyn--the 'red patch on the lower abdomen' isn't too visible in the photo either--there's a lot of the belly showing in that shot. I don't think I've ever seen a woodpecker outside of cartoons!
14/Sep/09 4:11 PM
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Ceri, It's a pretty small patch, and actually more like a light dusting of red between the legs. We have a lot of woodpeckers here, and they have an odd and distinctive cry (and of course, all the noise they make when they are rat-a-tat-tat-ing that strong bill into wood to find insects or make a nesting hole.
14/Sep/09 11:55 PM
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