Life and Wildlife along the Little Buffalo River
One of my favorite photos ! Shows a Mid-December Pileated Woodpecker and two holes he dug (both typical elongated Pileated Woodpecker holes). Taken last Sunday morning.
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14 December, 2014 Birds and trees
What can I say – an uninspired title. I did get a couple of decent pictures this week though. My favorite (possibly a tie) was hiking with Ethan at Bryan Park earlier this week. 1,059 more words
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The pileated woodpecker is very cautious. He took a long time to come down to the bird feeder.
I think this bird lived up on this branch, but I don’t know what she’s doing now, because there’s a huge storm buffeting the area now. 72 more words
Dina's City Wildlife Adventures
The usual phoebe.
Juvenile bald eagle up in a dead tree.
What a great face!
Pileated woodpecker climbing up.
Trying to get that berry.
He was across the creek and high up in the trees. 31 more words
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Growing in Zone 4
The Pileated Woodpecker (Dryocopus pileatus) is a wary bird. I put up new fat and sat still near the feeder for well over two hours to get this image today. 105 more words
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Footprints Of An Existence
Introducing Pileated Woodpecker to the blog:
I will make a confession. I had not gone birding till this morning, since mid-September. I got caught up between assignments, work and some sort of laziness (or not). 58 more words
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My Everyday Photos
November is not really a great month for birding but I did manage to see a few interesting birds and get some photos of them. Most of these were taken from our dining room looking out at our feeder snags. 400 more words
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