I forgot to post a video that I took yesterday at the Circle B Bar Reserve. There is a Red-Bellied Woodpecker that lives in a dead tree at the “Four Corners” intersection. He often poses, showing off his bright red feathers in the sunshine. Yesterday he was working on his cavity, drilling away at it. I hope he’s thinking about having a brood of babies to fill it! It’s a very photographable location. Unfortunately the birds don’t always take the photographers’ opinions into account when they create their nests…
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