Sunday, February 10, 2008

Today's Downy Woodpecker


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15 comments:

  1. Wow! You got some great shots!

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  2. Excellent! Are you out in the cold when you take these, or are you like me and hiding behind foggy windows?

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  3. the hint of red on its head is so precious...that makes it a male, right???

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  4. I like your photographs.

    I was pleased to get some nice photographs of the male "Hairy" woodpecker which looks almost identical to the Downy except it is twice as large or a bit larger than twice size.

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  5. great, clear closeups and at different angles.

    --steve buser
    New Orleans Daily Photo

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  6. Beautiful and clear photos which are very eye catching. Great work.




    Dirty Duck Canal walk continues.

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  7. very beautiful series, very interesting blog

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  8. I took a fw pictures last week off my first Wood Peckers... I was thrilled to bits. These Downy's are stunning, I first saw them on Abe's blog and I've yet to see a bad picture of them.

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  9. I took a fw pictures last week off my first Wood Peckers... I was thrilled to bits. These Downy's are stunning, I first saw them on Abe's blog and I've yet to see a bad picture of them.

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  10. Some great shots of the animals in the wild. Isn't the woodpecker beautiful?

    Alexander
    Alex's World! - http://www.kakinan.com/alex

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  11. Some great shots of the animals in the wild. Isn't the woodpecker beautiful?

    Alexander
    Alex's World! - http://www.kakinan.com/alex

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  12. We had woodpeckers in our garden when I was a kid.

    Loved your church spire pictures too.

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  13. I love woodpeckers. I have made some beaded birds, and I would love to make a beaded woodpecker someday. So many things to bead, so little time... LOL.

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