Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Wordless Wednesday

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Thanks for stopping by for a visit, I hope you enjoyed my juvenile whitehead Redbellied woodpecker. Thanks to the host of Wordless Wednesday.

30 comments:

  1. Perfect for Wordless Wednesday,after all one should not speak when the mouth is full. :) I also like the new header picture.Have a fantastic day.
    bLessings,Ruth

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  2. I think I have only seen cartoon woodpeckers..lol
    Very nice.

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  3. terrific picture. And a lovely bird.

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  4. Great captures.
    I always struggle with bird photography.

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  5. what great shots!

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  6. That beak looks like it's been hard at work! I've seen fallen trees absolutely riddled with woodpecker holes petty amazing what these little creatures are capable of.

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  7. I love woodpeckers - this is great!
    Happy WW!

    Mine's up
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  8. How lucky are you to have pretty birds come visit your home . . . red, blue, gray . . . :-)

    The woodpecker must be a noisy one.
    :-)

    Belated Happy Blue Monday!

    Mizpah,
    Li

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  9. I would love to see one of those and add to my lifetime bird list!

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  10. Tuk...tuk...tuk! That's what woodywoodpeckers says!

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  11. A red bellied one ? beautiful !

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  12. Great photos - woodpeckers are endlessly fascinating.

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  13. Beautiful close-up shot, eileen! Thanks for comment on my WW! :)

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  14. I havent seen one personally. Thanks for sharing, that looks big.

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  15. I like these photos. You got great close-ups of that hungry woodpecker.

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  16. He is pretty sweet! I have never seen a juvenile before. He doesn't seem to mind you either. :)

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  17. The juvenile woodpecker is great. The last shot looks like he has suet on the top of his beak.

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  18. I love watching them and yet they are so rare here.

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  19. Oh..I Love this...We have had two being fed by their parents..so sweet...Michelle

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  20. http://itistimetothinkformyself.blogspot.com/2010/07/pinks-in-6-words-i-wish-u-award-winning.html

    6 awards,
    Please take anyone or all under your wish!
    Cheers!

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