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My hubby made this swing birdfeeder that we hung up that morning. A short while later we saw this woodpecker eating my homemade suet cupcake that I had put in the feeder. It looked like he was enjoying his breakfast for he stayed a good long time.

By Jackie

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March 29, 20110 found this helpful

You should post the pattern and instructions on the bird feeder on TF and earn yourself some $. It's adorable.

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March 29, 20110 found this helpful

What a great idea for a bird feeder! And what a lovely pic!

Thank you for sharing.

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March 31, 20110 found this helpful

I agree, I'd love to have the instructions!

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March 28, 20110 found this helpful

I had just put out some fresh suet that I made in the morning, and these two woodpeckers kept vying for a spot on the feeder. This is not your typical suet feeder, but I like to use it because the squirrels can't get into it. I just cut smaller pieces and smash it down and they can't get enough! The second photo is a male red-bellied woodpecker.

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By Robbie

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Great pic! Love the feeder. I have had to buy the "hot" suet to keep the squirrels away now, I'll get one of this kind of feeder so I can get any kind. Thanks for sharing. (12/17/2010)

By simplify

Wildlife: Woodpecker

That is awesome. I have never seen a woodpecker up close before. Occasionally I will hear one, but not very often. (12/17/2010)

By Beth

Wildlife: Woodpecker

Great photo! I have never seen a feeder like that but would love to have one. Where did you find it? (12/17/2010)

By downy1959

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March 28, 20110 found this helpful

Wildlife: Male Woodpecker

A male woodpecker out in the woods where my friend lives in Tennessee. Isn't he handsome!

By Monique from Somerset

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Very handsome, indeed! I live in the heartland, and our woodpeckers look like that, too. (03/20/2010)

By WildIrish

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Gorgeous photo! And I love the composition, off to the side. Very artistic! Thanks for sharing! (03/21/2010)

By PainterLee

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December 17, 20100 found this helpful

This is one of the woodpeckers that comes to our birdfeeder. Being a regular we named him Floyd. He loves the suet and will not touch normal bird seed. He will stare at me through the window if the feeder is out of suet until I replace it.

By Myst

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Wow that is so beautiful. Good luck.(10/19/2010)

By maphisx7

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What a great picture! I live in an area where we see a lot of migrating birds; and woodpeckers are some of them! They are such great variety and colors; I have always loved seeing them, and am amazed at their versatility. I got a huge woodpecker "log" type food for them from my grange for only $6.99; it has to have at least 3 lbs or more of various seeds and suet for them. I had it in my tree and a few got to it, but I hung it on my fence to make it easier for them to find and to see them better!

What fun it is indeed to feed the various birds! My neighbor and I were out today for about 90 minutes just enjoying seeing the various and variety of birds as they came to eat. She comes over almost every afternoon and said I never imagined that I would ever be bird watching! It is so much fun! I laughed and told her: free to! Free entertainment! And so stress free and relaxing! (10/19/2010)

By MzScarlett

Wildlife: Woodpecker

Just love the photo, God's animals all have different personalities (I think) and it seems that your Floyd knows that you are a keeper in his book and I am sure that he is in yours too! Thanks for sharing! (11/25/2010)

By Paula Jo Carr

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October 19, 20100 found this helpful

Wildlife: Woodpecker

A woodpecker at my feeder. I put out cornbread, fruit, and sometimes wheat bread I make in the machine. They have been entertaining this winter, but I'm sure as looking forward to spring as I am.

By Peggy from Cortland, OH

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March 4, 20100 found this helpful

Woodpecker
This little woodpecker lives in our tree that sits in our front yard. He can sure make a racket sometimes, but isn't he cute?

By Robin from Washington, IA

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What a great photo. We used to have a woodpecker in our maple trees but he's gone now and I miss him. (08/01/2007)

By Jantoo

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Bird photography is not easy, good shot! (08/01/2007)

By kimhis

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Cute little bugger, I know how noisy they can get. I heard once one morning and there was no sleeping in.(08/01/2007)

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By meoowmom

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You must have shot this when he was pecking loudly? Because the multiple woodpeckers I had nesting in my back yard were "elusive", hard to ever get a long look at. If I got close, they scooted to the backside of the tree branch or ducked quickly back into their nest in an old decaying tree. They returned the next year but we had already cut the old tree down. Funny thing was they went to our chimney cover and began pecking out what sounded like a long drum roll because it is METAL! They must have been heard in all the neighborhood! The woodpecker's "pecking mechanism" is ONE way to EVOLUTIONISTS HIT A BIG SNAG, according to scientific research because they canNOT connect it to ANY other creation. It's sort of like the missing toe on the Sloth they cannot connect either. The two of these are the "most-missing links".) Our birds finally gave up and never returned, thank God! God bless you and those lovely birds of His. : )) (08/02/2007)

By Lynda

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