Wild About Woodpeckers; 4 Common Backyard & Woodland Woodpeckers

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  1. athelenerose says:

    Hi Karen

    Thanks for the primer on Woodpeckers. I’ve not seen any in my yard, but I discovered some on my hike. Next week, I will be taking my binoculars along with me so I can get a closer look. I’m hoping I will be able to identify which species they are based on your post. Your photos are beautiful.


    PS I believe I’ve also spotted a pair of Kestrels. Again, I need to bring my binoculars along to get a closer look.

    • birdlady612 says:

      I’m glad my post helped. We are going to Florida in July so I’m hoping to add the Red-Headed Woodpecker to my list after that. Thanks for visiting and keep me posted if you see them.

  2. We love the woodpeckers! We feed the birds right outside our living room window. In the winter our woodpeckers eat from our sunflower seed feeder, but not any other time. They showed up last week!

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