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New Milford, PA, United States
Adult female Red-Bellied Woodpecker comes to the suet feeder often.
Category 6: Sweet for Suet
Red-Bellied Woodpecker Enjoying Some Suet
Thank you Nicole.
Absolutely beautiful. I love this picture.
Disney’s work is so beautiful!
Love this great pic!
Love the details?
Thank you Theresa.
Beautiful and elegant ❤
I love the crisp details of the colors on its wings!
Thank you so much Connie.
Thank you very much Merium.
Voted! Very pretty!
Thank you so much Susan.
Love the capture of colors!
Thank you very much Jenifer.
Thank you very much Irene.
Thank you very much Diane.
Beautiful, how do you get such clear closeup photo’s?!
Thank you very much Carol. I spend a lot of time outdoors with the birdies 🙂
Beautiful photo, good luck.
Thank you very much Billie.
Very beautiful Diane 🙂
Love watching these woodpeckers on the suet.
Voted good luck!
this is so beautiful
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