A photograph a day from the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont
Wow! You got some great shots!
Excellent! Are you out in the cold when you take these, or are you like me and hiding behind foggy windows?
the hint of red on its head is so precious...that makes it a male, right???
I read this article here
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.
great, clear closeups and at different angles.--steve buser New Orleans Daily Photo
Beautiful and clear photos which are very eye catching. Great work.Dirty Duck Canal walk continues.
very beautiful series, very interesting blog
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.
Some great shots of the animals in the wild. Isn't the woodpecker beautiful?AlexanderAlex's World! - http://www.kakinan.com/alex
We had woodpeckers in our garden when I was a kid.Loved your church spire pictures too.
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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