Only the hanger was left of the woodpecker block, and the suet and peanut
totally disappeared, together with the suet holder.
Dan, I've had to use a small chain to hang my suet feeder and also had to
tie wrap the loading flap of the feeder shut - due to a combination of
raccoon and squirrel. They still can claw out pieces of suet but I make them
work for it
----- Original Message -----
From: "Daniel J. Matyola" <danmaty...@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: PESO Red-Bellied Woodpecker
Very nice, and strikingly similar to one of the id images at the Cornell
site. Perhaps a young male, since the red extends over the crown but is
not solidly red yet.
Some time ago I mentioned that a Pileated visited my yard, the first I
seen in several years. I put a suet feeder with suet and nuts, high up on
a tree beyond the reach of the deer, as well as a "woodpecker block,' a
compresses brick of fruit nuts and suet. Both disappeared overnight.
the hanger was left of the woodpecker block, and the suet and peanut
totally disappeared, together with the suet holder. I suspect a raccoon
got to them. Hard to attract woodpeckers -- or any other unusual birds --
with the deer, crows, raccoons, foxes, opossums and bears around here.
On Sat, Aug 11, 2018 at 1:40 PM, Paul Stenquist <pnstenqu...@mac.com>
From this angle, one can see where he gets his name. He was high up in a
tree, in shadow with bright highlights behind. I wasn’t expecting much,
I”m quite pleased with the result. K-1 with D FA 150-450. DA 1.4X
Converter, f8, 1/640th, 630mm, ISO 8000.
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