I love looking at your pictures. I am looking to purchase a new camera. What kind do you use? I think you take great pictures with it :)Thanks a bunch!Susie
Birds are great, aren't they!? They make anyone smile.
Such a handsome couple.
I've yet to see a Hairy, but I can see how one can easily think they have. I'll have to remember the size difference. Lovely shots Sherry. :c)
I love woodpeckers...I get a lot here as there is a lot of dead wood in the garden. They are a joy to see, thank you Sherry.
Dear Susie,I have a Nikon D50. I do not think they make it anymore. A D70 or D90 would be about the same I think.I do enjoy taking the pictures of the birds and bugs and blooms in my backyard!Glad you enjoy them too.Sherry
Dear Vikki,I do love the birds. It has been so cool the butterflies have not been out so I have been spending time with the birds!It will warm up soon and I will be chasing bees and butterflies.Sherry
Dear Lisa,They are handsome and big! As big as the Red-bellies.The Downy is little and looks similiar. I would love to see a Hairy and a Downy on the peanuts at the same time. I think it would be a great picture.Sherry
Dear Jayne,The Hairy is big. Once you see one you will immediately know it is a Hairy. One pair lives near. Last year they had two babies. I hope they are successful again this year.Sherry
Dear Cheryl,The Woodpeckers come to my gardens for the nuts. I do not have any dead wood for them. I think the little woods near by does. I too love the Woodpeckers.Sherry
Hi Sherry!I was sure I commented here before, maybe blogger ate my comment :(Just wanted to say: 'BEAUTIFUL!!'
Dear Mel,Blogger does eat comments and sometimes entire posts are gobbled up!The Hairy Woodpeckers are beautiful birds. They will have little ones before long too!Bird songs,Sherry
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