Thursday, October 11, 2012

Reliable Woodpeckers

Most of the suet eating birds seem to be taking a break for the fall.  Oh, sure, there is the occasional Bluebird, Mockingbird, White Breasted Nuthatch, Downy Woodpecker, and Carolina Wren.  But in October Ol' Reliable would be my buddies from Team Red Bellied Woodpecker.  The photos I extract from BirdCam show RBW after RBW after RBW.  I'd almost believe one or two of them live there if it weren't for the timestamps.  It is curious how attached these birds are to this one food product every season of the year.  They never tire of hot pepper suet!  Must be even tastier than insects.  I imagine we'll see this sight straight for another month.  Then it will get interesting on the suet feeder!

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