Sunday, June 1, 2014

A red-bellied woodpecker

There's a male red-bellied woodpecker that's been a regular at our feeder this spring, making occasional, but not infrequent, forays to snag LOTS of seeds, presumably to cache at least some of them.

This post from a couple of years ago has better pictures, with more explanation!

Today's photo (the only one I managed to get) was quite blurry -- but it was fun to see him visiting, in any case.

a male red-bellied woodpecker at the feeder

1 comment:

  1. We have a male and female at the feeders, they are caching the seeds as well. The male caches in the tree by the deck and the female caches in our soffit!!

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