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Sunday, 17 September 2017
Two juvenile yellow bellied sapsuckers are ready for lunch.
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oooooh i love this picture, the simple silhouettes are stunning!!
We have a pair here and they do a job on my sugar maple.
From the looks of the holes this is a favourite dining destination Marie ☺
Looks like the lunch is self serve. :) Nice photo of these lovely birds.
Juvenile anythings are usually ready for their next meal. Even before the last is digested.
Hi there little pretties! :-)
They wont find find much sap on that tree. It's dead!
Itwas great to watch them, Debbie.
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.
They go back there all the time, PDP.
It is self serve indeed, Bill.
Thank you, EC. The juveniles are fun to watch.
I always stopped to watch them, Jan. Fascinating creatures!
They are getting something out of it, Keith. They were there every time we visited.
They were fascinating to watch, Catarina.
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