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This Red-bellied Woodpecker has an unusual amount of red in his face. Maybe he got into the single malt suet. Photography by Bob Tarte

This Red-bellied Woodpecker has an unusual amount of red in his face. Maybe he got into the single malt suet. Photography by Bob Tarte

3 woodpeckers, 1 suet cake. Female and male Red-bellied Woodpecker and male Hairy Woodpecker.

3 woodpeckers, 1 suet cake. Female and male Red-bellied Woodpecker and male Hairy Woodpecker.

Ms. Red-bellied Woodpecker finds herself with suet on her beak and no table napkin.

Ms. Red-bellied Woodpecker finds herself with suet on her beak and no table napkin.

Bob Tarte's woodpecker

Bob Tarte's woodpecker

Pretty unusual to see a Prothonotary Warbler in our woods, but this one showed up today, and I thought I heard a second.

Pretty unusual to see a Prothonotary Warbler in our woods, but this one showed up today, and I thought I heard a second.

Here's a better shot of the Rose-breasted Grosbeak that visited our feeder yesterday. - Bob Tarte

Bob Tarte - Photo by Bill Holm of yours truly on the Magee Marsh boardwalk last week.

We were surprised to see this Red-breasted Nuthatch today. It's usually a fallwinter bird for us, and we haven't seen one since fall 2013.

We were surprised to see this Red-breasted Nuthatch today. It's usually a fallwinter bird for us, and we haven't seen one since fall 2013.

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