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# Hairy Woodpecker female

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Initiially, the suet feeder attracted only the Downy Woodpeckers and Red-Breasted Nuthatch. Then, a few weeks ago, White-Breasted Nuthatches started becoming more common. After that, a Hairy Woodpecker appeared, and they have become common visitors.

This is a female who showed up while I was trying to get a shot of the wren.

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I like smaller puzzles for that reason--the greed for more images! But I do like a medium size (60- 100) challenge.

It also means I can solve some other puzzles - like from @WPGP - in smaller sizes so I don't have to spend as much time on them (time being a somewhat scarce commodity these days).

And for arrays of squares, which are often offered in 4 piece per square, 9 piece per square, etc., where you solve squares then try to locate them by their tabs, I can now choose my own piece size so the "joints" aren't on the square edges.

Exactly, Don!
The Leaderboard will only show times of people who solved the size of the original puzzle, but the solve will be added to the puzzle,

Thanks for the tip, Suzy! I didn't know that. If it becomes widespread knowledge, I don't have to consider posting puzzles in multiple sizes! My sizing typically would allow at least a couple of hundred pieces.

Want to work this puzzle in a different size? You can change it instantly yourself! Get more information here:

https://www.jigidi.com/a/change-number-of-pieces/

That is a great photo, Don. Soon enough, your studio will become the "go to" place for the local birds. :-))))

You are attracting lots of new friends in your new place. Thanks, Don.

And the birding fun begins at the new house!!!