Yellow-shafted Northern Flickers
The one with the black “moustache” is the male.
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how unique they are Sandy
wow…beautiful bird! tha colors ar gorgeous 🙂
What a beautiful bird – and such magical shots.
A cracking species. Nothing like our ‘woodies’.
gorgeous pair! i love how their dots seem to ‘float’ on their breasts.
Beauties!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
Regards and best wishes
Lovely close-ups of the flickers. I featured flickers today, too, but forgot to say the photos were taken last autumn. I had to change it when someone thought we were having Spring here already. We don’t get Spring until May when the ground is no longer frozen.
Kay, Alberta, Canada
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Nice to see the pair…I don’t see them as often as I hear the call…lovely
They are gorgeous!
Absolutely gorgeous birds and photos, Pat. Love!
Gorgeous shots, Pat! Very well done!
Even the female is quite beautiful. Great shots.
I don’t think I have ever seen this bird before. Interesting coloring.
Very beautiful bird.
gorgeous flicker photos
Wonderful shots of the Flicker, they are cool birds.
These pictures are stunning! Wow!
what a beautiful bird!
Lovely flickers! I love the orange color on the lining of their wings when they fly.
Superb photos, Pat! Love these shots!
Excellent shots, Pat!
Oh, wow, I don’t think we get flickers down here (or I just have never seen them). Beautiful couple.
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