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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Naughty Woody

What a colorful surprise. Woody is finally back, but we have a problem. Din-Din just happens to be the post holding up the walkway from our washroom door to the side yard. Not Good! If you look, you can see the screen wire popping through because these were taken through the kitchen window.





GEEZE.....It’s snowing again. We had just melted, and now the white stuff is back.
Temperature ~ 17 degrees at 5:00 and going down to 5 degrees tonight. UGH!


This post is linked with Stewart’s Wild Bird Wednesday.

21 comments:

  1. they tend to eat our power poles. :)

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  2. Genie, I love these woodies. They are wonderful visitors. Great shots.

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  3. He is sure a handsome fellow! Even if he is being a naughty boy!

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  4. Oh he's great. I'd love to see these guys in person.

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  5. He's a cute little guy even if he is naughty.

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  6. He's a handsome fellow! We once had a large woodpecker that liked to drill on our house. What a racket!

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  7. Woody looks like he's found his favorite feeding spot!!! California's in drought mode...we need some of that snow you've got!!!

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  8. A great set of pics, its a bird I've seen quite a bit on my travels in Florida, and you have done it justice.
    Please keep the snow and minus temps over there, we have been lucky so far.
    All the best Gordon.

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  9. What a nice surprise to warm up that cold air:)

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  10. Love the red-bellied woodpeckers. I haven't seen many this winter.

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  11. We had one here one winter that loved to drum on the metal lamppost outside our bedroom window. Now that was quite an alarm clock! (We thought he'd lost his mind and did some research --- apparently the louder they drum the more likely they are to attract a mate, so the metal drumming was for that purpose, not to get dinner). We began to pray for him to find a mate!

    Your pictures are lovely ---

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  12. nice images of the woody. Maybe it is time to change the pole if the woody finds food in there?

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  13. Great pictures of your little woodpecker Genie. Our woodpeckers like to sharpen their beaks outside our bedroom window. The first time they woke us up when we heard them, we couldn't think what on earth was going on, they were so loud!

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  14. lovely to see the woodpecker - noisy beggers but lovely to see

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  15. I'd trade a little damage on the posts for a bird like that - not a single species of woodpecker in Australia.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  16. They do some damage, but they sure are characters! Very pretty also!

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