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I was already taking pictures of this lovely female cardinal when the downy woodpecker came in. He nipped her tail a little, hence the indignant attitude!
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.
We built our own bird feeder pole from a piece of treated wood and iron planter hangers. As you can see from the picture, our feeders attract interesting birds. This Pileated Woodpecker has visited us twice. The smaller woodpecker is a Red Bellied Woodpecker. We feed the birds all year long.
I snapped this photo of a pileated woodpecker pecking at a fresh tree stump in my neighbor's yard.
This is our resident pileated woodie who comes once a day to the feeder. A young one is also coming now.
I tried to get a good picture of this woodpecker. I had to be quick as he would dart down, grab a sunflower seed and fly back up into the tree to eat it.
It is not very often that both the male and female pileated woodpeckers come for suet.
I had a woodpecker visit me today. (2-11-2005) We have and are still going through a blizzard that has dropped roughly 15 inches of snow. The birds are coming out of every where to eat the seeds and suet. By kate
I put suet out for the woodpeckers. This baby had not found where I hang it yet. It went to the hanging feeder where I have Nyjer seed for the finches.
My daily visitor the woodpecker. I love watching him play with believe it or not, 1 or 2 others woodpeckers. They fly around chasing each other. This was taken from my bedroom window