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Peter Giesbrecht / 90 items

N 181 B 2.4K C 49 E Feb 23, 2020 F Feb 25, 2020
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N 143 B 2.5K C 39 E Feb 23, 2020 F Feb 24, 2020
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N 176 B 2.8K C 46 E Feb 21, 2020 F Feb 26, 2020
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The gorgeous Red-headed Woodpecker is so boldly patterned it’s been called a “flying checkerboard,” with an entirely crimson head, a snow-white body, and half white, half inky black wings. These birds don’t act quite like most other woodpeckers: they’re adept at catching insects in the air, and they eat lots of acorns and beech nuts, often hiding away extra food in tree crevices for later. This magnificent species has declined severely in the past half-century because of habitat loss and changes to its food supply.

N 228 B 1.9K C 53 E Jan 20, 2020 F Jan 24, 2020
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Look for Red-bellied Woodpeckers hitching along branches and trunks of medium to large trees, picking at the bark surface more often than drilling into it. Like most woodpeckers, these birds have a characteristic undulating flight pattern.Red-bellied Woodpeckers are common in many Eastern woodlands and forests, from old stands of oak and hickory to young hardwoods and pines. They will also often venture from forests to appear at backyard feeders.

N 207 B 2.5K C 65 E Jan 20, 2020 F Jan 21, 2020
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Look for Red-bellied Woodpeckers hitching along branches and trunks of medium to large trees, picking at the bark surface more often than drilling into it. Like most woodpeckers, these birds have a characteristic undulating flight pattern.Red-bellied Woodpeckers are common in many Eastern woodlands and forests, from old stands of oak and hickory to young hardwoods and pines. They will also often venture from forests to appear at backyard feeders.


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