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Notre bulletin intitulé <em><a href=””>Winter Bird Highlights</a></em> (en anglais seulement) présente le sommaire des résultats de la saison 2022-2023. Il est accessible en ligne.


Projet FeederWatch

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L.A. Brandt

Yardley, PA, USA


While looking at robins who love the winterberry holly (Ilex verticillata ‘Sparkleberry’) in my front yard, I spotted a yellow-bellied sapsucker perched on the bush, a rare site on this bush here! At the same time, there was a red-bellied woodpecker high up in my neighbor’s tree across the street.

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Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker On Winterberry Holly

Keep your chin up!

3 replies on “Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker on Winterberry Holly”

Paul Thompson says:

The yellow belly is usually not this prominent and visible …but then… we usually don’t see them on a bush either. Very nice!!

Marilyn Drucker says:

Hi Laura,

Your picture is beautiful. Glad you joined the contest. It is nice way to learn about birds throughout the United States an Canada and photography too.

Marilyn Drucker

Laura says:

Thank you Marilyn and Paul for the nice comments. I was trying to photograph the robins on the bush (which is a more common occurrence) and then this guy came along. Luckily I was perched at my window in continuous shooting mode. Such a wonderful surprise!

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