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Wednesday

WW: What bird is it?

It had rained the night before. We went to look at the progress in harvesting the cane and then we saw him. He pecked at the tree for over an hour! We just watched him. It was our gift. And it was foggy and we couldn't see the canefield anyway.

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23 comments :

  1. Amazing isn't it. If we did that even once we'd have a splitting headache, but they keep at it until the split the wood. Hope you get pictures of the cane field too that would be neat to see

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  2. Nice pictures! Nature at its best :)

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  3. It's Woody! We used to hear those buggers all the time when we lived in our small N.H. forest. Persistent creatures.

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  4. I can hear the sound from here! :)

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  5. Great captures!
    I find it so difficult to capture them in action.

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  6. Wow! Those are some great photos.


    Stopped by from SITS.

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  7. It's a wood pecker right?

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  8. Awesome pictures!!

    Happy WW!

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  9. a Nantucket woodpecker. there are over 180 species of woodpeckers. Most all of them visit Nantucket.
    I love watching the Woodpeckers.
    My WW link for you

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  10. I wish not agree on it. I regard as nice post. Expressly the appellation attracted me to read the whole story.

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  11. Sorry, I don't know one bird from the next. I just know I love to watch them, and see especially the colorful ones.

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  12. That is some kind of wood pecker, right? Cool shots!

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  13. Sweet! Those photos are tough to come by as the birds just don't remain still for long. Nicely done...

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  14. Well, I am in Ohio and we have Downy Woodpeckers, which is what that looks like. It is definitely a Woodpecker of sorts. They are so hard to get good close up shots, but great job.

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  15. So neat! Did you go look at the hole? How'd he do? =)

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  16. Love the photos

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  17. What great shots! Thanks for your encouraging words!

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  18. I'm almost positive it's a Downey Woodpecker. So is the husband...who's into birds. lol

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  19. I love those special moments and you caught that beautifully in the picture.

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  20. cool captures and how precious. Happy WW!

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