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Sandra Oct 14
Think this is a hairy He was six feet away. At the end he excavates an extremely good snack. Must have been worth it - there were abundant dog walkers passing by but he was oblivious 🀣
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Mali Sep 6
...Well , I've been out , and never took my out of my ... , but we did see of these.
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Andrew Sharpe Jul 27
As I have often said, and ably demonstrated, I'm no wildlife photographer. But when a woodpecker visits a tree in your back garden two days in a row, well, even I couldn't resist. It was pretty gloomy, so the image is quite noisy!
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Rob Smith Jun 26
I thought I'd missed my chance when I saw this Lineated Woodpecker fly overhead and perch on an exposed branch....but she stuck around just long enough for me to take a few frames
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Harry Foster Sep 8
A cute little Downy Woodpecker (I think) coming in for a snack. These are quite tame little birds as well, one can get up real close before they will fly off.
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Daniel Riddle Aug 2
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Daniel Riddle Nov 13
Good morning , happy to you all. Let’s see those shots πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡
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Philip Davison Oct 9
Good things come to those who wait. And so it was when this very rare male Rufous-winged Woodpecker, (Piculus simplex), can knocking outside my cabin. In twenty years of living here this is the first I have seen.
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Elaine Cruse Artist Sep 12
Spent a lovely couple of days with family, bird watching with my Dad and painting a Great Spotted woodpecker. Picked lots of cobnuts from the garden before the birds and squirrels ate them all
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Mali Sep 3
...Its another here, with a coming in off the .
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Wendy Anderson Jul 1
Sounds of summer! πŸ˜€β€οΈπŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸŒ²πŸŒ²πŸŒ²πŸŒ²
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Carol Gordon Jul 19
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Ann πŸ•Š Sep 6
I believe this is a female Williamson’s sapsucker drilling into a pine tree. Twenty minutes later, I hear pecking. (see added tweet)
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Jim Oct 13
Not often a Green stays put long enough for good views
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Mali Nov 15
...Its taken me a while to out how to the to as it came out of the in orientation.
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G H Holt Photography Nov 26
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Keith Blomerley Jul 14
It's goodbye to and hello to as we review clips from a trip there in 2013. This is Abyssinian woodpecker, and is endemic to the Ethiopian Highlands.
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Guy Edwardes Jul 29
Juvenile lesser-spotted woodpecker (Dryobates minor) peering out of its nest hole just before fledging. Β© Guy Edwardes Photography
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CRTDave Jul 18
Many things are great about the canals but being able to watch a lesser spotted woodpecker in action is amazing and I managed to capture it on film.
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Mali Nov 15
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