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Glad you liked him Monica - thanks.
Absolutely gorgeous! Wonderful closeup of this Woodpecker, and I've never seen a Woodpecker like this one in my life! Great pic Rob, thanks so much!
My pleasure Kathy - glad you like him.
We have some great looking woodpeckers here, but none with a full head of red like this!! Thanks for sharing
Glad you liked him Shirley - thanks.WOW!! And here was me thinking they only pecked on trees!! That would be annoying - to say the least!!My pleasure Mary - glad you liked it.
Whoa Nelly!!!I would love to see one of these.Beautiful,thank you for sharing this Rob.
Though he has a pretty head, Chile can keep him! I have a couple of woodpeckers around here who like to peck on the wood siding of the house early in the am during certain seasons...and only on my bedroom walls!!! But I still thank you for the pretty photo! :)))
Wow! what a contrast, Thanks Rob.
That sounds pretty smart pg.Well the shockies would get a good work-out warbler!! Thanks.My pleasure Patti - thanks.
Wow! I never saw one of these before! Thank you!
They must have shock absorbers inside their skull. It IS amazing they can do their work all day long. They really use their tail for a brace, too. Thanks Rob
Down here they make holes in dead trees and hide pine cones in them for winter food. Then they make a nest in the tree to have their young.
And a natural one too lyndee!!LOL!! Me too pg!! makes you wonder why they don't eat bugs & grubs that are easier to get to!!
A very striking bird but I just get one heck of a headache thinking of pounding my head against the tree all day Rob.
He's definitely a red head!!!
Thanks petsmom. I wish we had them in Australia too!!Thanks chickie.
Very pretty woody robryan.
What a great woodpecker. Wish we had them here. Vibrant colors. Like his eye, too. Enjoyed the puzzle. Thanks, Rob.