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Downy Woodpecker, Identification, All About Birds - Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Frequent backyard visitors, Downy Woodpeckers may form pairs very early in the season, tapping out their courtship song on a tree trunk. Listen for this rhythmic sound as early as January. (Photo by Linda Petersen) Get more info on this bird: birdsandblooms.com

Downy Woodpeckers may form pairs very early in the season, tapping out their courtship song on a tree trunk. Listen for this rhythmic sound as early as January. (Photo by Linda Petersen)

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The Birds, THE BIRDS!!! (Woodpeckers of Missouri)

Original Pinner wrote: This guy is so sure of himself that he stays on our bird feeder outside the kitchen window even when the dogs go out. He loves thistle seeds.

I've got at least 2 pairs of these visiting my feeders

I've got at least 2 pairs of these visiting my feeders

I've only seen one Female Downy Woodpecker in my yard this year, we've had a couple pair of flicker though!

Female Downy Woodpecker Love these guys. We have a family of 5 who visit daily

Husband and I saw one of these last night while taking a nice walk at Highbanks Park in Worthington, OH.  They're huge!  Nearly the size of an American Crow.  Stunning.  And LOUD.  It's whacking at a tree reverberated through the whole forest.

Pileated Woodpecker - these birds are huge © Marcus Sharpe, Winter Park, Fl/

tufted Titmouse...when this bird finds a large seed it will carry it to a perch and crack it with his stout bill

Tufted Titmouse (Learn how to identify Tufted Titmouse, its life history, cool facts, sounds and calls, and watch videos.

Gosh dangit Carl!!!!!!

Funny pictures about Hey Carl have you seen my. Oh, and cool pics about Hey Carl have you seen my. Also, Hey Carl have you seen my.

Dark-eyed Junco - took us a while to figure this one out!  Photo courtesy of www.allaboutbirds.org/guide.  Photo by Darin Ziegler

Did you know that there are 630 million junco birds? They are found all over North America. Come learn more quick facts about these birds! We call them snowbirds.

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