About a week ago I discovered a Downey or Hairey Woodpecker nesting hole in a tree on the other property - I have been around it a couple of times since and the mother and/or father are busy feeding the little guys. Every time a parent appears at the hole, you can hear the chirping of the babies - I can't tell how many there are. I got this picture tonite and with my new camera to boot. You can see the grub in the beak of the bird. These bore in trees so the parent had to really peck to get this morsel.
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