I keep a couple of flying creature feeders hanging outside my office window, where I can simply look around my screen to see who is going to. In any case, two or three days prior, a raccoon assaulted the suet feeder, and it took until the point that at the beginning of today to get the feeder reloaded. Obviously, there was repressed request as before the entryway shut, I had (littlest to biggest): Downy woodpecker, Hairy Woodpecker, Red bellied Woodpecker, Northern Flicker, and Pileated Woodpecker all sitting on the deck, sitting tight for their go at the chunk of rendered fat and seeds.
Along these lines, however the point wasn’t the best and I was embracing the shadows to shield the entire group from taking off, I snatched a camera to see exactly how what number of woodpeckers I could snap in no time flat.
Here’s only a couple of pictures, all shot in less than five minutes, demonstrating a touch of assortment in simply this one group of feathered creatures in one little territory.
Sorry that the hues and points of interest are somewhat less than they could be. It’s a cloudy day, and I was shooting from over a room and through a window. Be that as it may, it was amusing to see all these folks scrambling for the abundance they had missed on Saturday. The huge Pileated is gazing at me through the window as of now, sending along a strong message of “Bear in mind once more.”