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Sunday, 17 September 2017

In sync

Two juvenile yellow bellied sapsuckers are ready for lunch.



16 comments:

Debbie said...

oooooh i love this picture, the simple silhouettes are stunning!!

Tabor said...

We have a pair here and they do a job on my sugar maple.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

From the looks of the holes this is a favourite dining destination Marie ☺

bill burke said...

Looks like the lunch is self serve. :) Nice photo of these lovely birds.

Elephant's Child said...

Juvenile anythings are usually ready for their next meal. Even before the last is digested.
Stunning photo.

DJan said...

Hi there little pretties! :-)

Keith Smith said...

They wont find find much sap on that tree. It's dead!

Marie Smith said...

Itwas great to watch them, Debbie.

Marie Smith said...

Those pesky woodpeckers, Tabor. I imagine that Woody Woodpeckers song in the background as they land on your tree. I always think of that song when I hear woodpeckers.

Marie Smith said...

They go back there all the time, PDP.

Marie Smith said...

It is self serve indeed, Bill.

Marie Smith said...

Thank you, EC. The juveniles are fun to watch.

Marie Smith said...

I always stopped to watch them, Jan. Fascinating creatures!

Marie Smith said...

They are getting something out of it, Keith. They were there every time we visited.

Catarina said...

So cute!!!
: )

Marie Smith said...

They were fascinating to watch, Catarina.