Please sign in to comment. Don't have a profile? Join now! Joining is absolutely free and no personal information is required.
Thanks, Laurajane & MR! I thought this was a mighty fine looking bird, too.
I love it,thanks TS,wish I had these at my suet feeder.Thanks to your friend also.
What a great shot, tex. Your friend really captured one determined bird!
Thank you, Jana & Cel! Glad you liked it.
awww him is hungry..
Poor bird, but brave, thank you for sending :-))
Thanks. Usually we get it around Valentine's Day.
Twice in a month tex ?? WooHoo!! Hope you get enough to make a snow angel!! I'll keep my fingers crossed for you.
I've never seen one in real life either, Lyndee, but would love to. Yes, RR, they are tough to make it outside in all kinds of weather. I love it too, Nicky. Colors are perfect.RR, we're in the middle of a storm again, and now they're predicting snow in the next day or two! Texas weather!
What a beautiful bird - I love the spots, and the red flash.
That's a terrific photo tex! Poor little bird! They sure are tough. Thanks.
Thanks Tex. I have never seen one of these before.
Poor little fellow, his chattering teeth probably helped him chew! Thanks, Warbler & PLG.
High energy survival food can be a good thing! Thanks Tex.
Well, you have to eat even in a blizzard! Bet he was happy to find some food!
Thank you, Chickie, I'd love one of these at my place!
Nice shot that your friends took tex.
You are so right, my bad! I've changed the title. Thanks, Roseheather!
This is a flicker! ; ) I love these birds, but I haven't seen one for a while. Beautiful! I mistakenly thought our red-bellied woodpecker was a flicker when it first started appearing and was still in the early morning low light. See: http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Northern_Flicker/id