The BIRD D’pot
Wild Bird Wednesday
love these gals (and guys). 🙂
Looks like a female. She sure is pretty. Nice shots, Pat!
Very beautiful. Congrats.
Very nice images, love those little woodpeckers.
What a lovely photo of the woodpecker.
Great photos of the woodpecker. That looks like snow on the wires of the feeder!
I love these woodpeckers as they are one of the few birds not to take any guff from the starlings at the suet feeder….. Michelle
What a beauty! I love woodpeckers.
Great shots. Love the snow coming down your post.
…this post really made me smile! That first image with its beak stuck far through the suet basket is just too good. THAT one is well timed!!
Love the Red-bellied Woodpeckers.. they sure have a lot to say!
She’s a beauty!
Pretty woodpeckers! I also like the snow on your blog 🙂
looks like more red on the head than on the belly doesn’t it? ….but, very cute …. my little guy that comes is a Downy I think… and, no red at all… probably a female….I hope to get some better shots of her soon so I can tell ….
Wonderful woodpecker! Love your falling snow on the page. 🙂
They are such fascinating birds! These are great captures of the beauty, too.
Pat, Oooo, nice one! I’ve never seen one of those!
Oh wow! I adore woodpeckers. That was awesome!
One of my favorite woodpeckers!
Beautiful Woodpecker images Pat.
Wonderful pictures, I love how you managed to capture the beauty of this bird!
Wonderfully sweet shots.
This wonderful Woodpecker. In the Netherlands we do not have this woodpecker. Great to see this woodpecker here. Beautiful pictures you have made thereof.
We see a lot of Red-Bellied Woodpeckers here, and one day last week a Pileated Woodpecker came to our suet feeders. Alas, no photos – I really must get a camera with a better zoom. Well now, Christmas is coming up, isn’t it!
Hope you are having a beautiful day!
Great bird – I don’t think our winters are cold enough here for the birds for really take to garden feeders.
Cheers – Stewart M – Melbourne
She’s beautiful and your photographs are terrific! We’re lucky to have a pair who have nested in the yard for the past two years.
Thank you for sharing!
Nothing like suet for the hungry woodpecker!
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