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Northern Flicker / Woodpecker's head 'swiftly' pecking, found something good. - s.d.'s Photo

Northern Flicker / Woodpecker's head 'swiftly' pecking, found something good. - s.d.'s Photo

My husband is an avid bird watcher and this Red Headed Woodpecker was spotted off the deck....one summer day.

My husband is an avid bird watcher and this Red Headed Woodpecker was spotted off the deck....one summer day.

Prothonotary Warbler-  Summer breeding.  My favorite Warbler, pure beauty-

Prothonotary Warbler- Summer breeding. My favorite Warbler, pure beauty-

Seasonal Wine Glass Set Hand Painted Birds by LKCustomCreations

Seasonal Wine Glass Set Hand Painted Birds Hummingbird Cardinal Yellow Finch Woodpecker Summer Spring Winter Fall Unique Art Gift Bird lover

Don't forget to put out oranges for the orioles!  And I am finding out the woodpeckers like them too.

Don't forget to put out oranges for the orioles! And I am finding out the woodpeckers like them too.

Arizona Woodpecker, Madera Canyon.  One of the rarest woodpeckers in North America is the Arizona Woodpecker. Though it looks superficially similar to the Downy Woodpecker, and it is of a similar size, it is our only brown woodpecker.

Arizona Woodpecker, Madera Canyon. One of the rarest woodpeckers in North America is the Arizona Woodpecker. Though it looks superficially similar to the Downy Woodpecker, and it is of a similar size, it is our only brown woodpecker.

About the size of a sparrow, the DOWNY WOODPECKER is the smallest American woodpecker.

About the size of a sparrow, the DOWNY WOODPECKER is the smallest American woodpecker.

Birdfeeder  Cast-off cultivator tines are perfect perches for a host of summer bird treats. Oranges, apples, and a mesh bag filled with sour cherries beckon birds. When the season for fresh fruit passes, dangle suet cakes and protein-packed peanut-butter-filled pinecones from the curved tines.

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Birdfeeder Cast-off cultivator tines are perfect perches for a host of summer bird treats. Oranges, apples, and a mesh bag filled with sour cherries beckon birds. When the season for fresh fruit passes, dangle suet cakes and protein-packed peanut-butter-filled pinecones from the curved tines.

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