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What a beautiful bird.. and a wonderful shot. I can only imagine your excitement. Very cool!
curious ... what type of feed is that? i just starting feeding my birds again ...having issues with squirrels & all ... would love to know. such a beautiful bird. great shot. ( :
wonderful shot! so out-in-the-open and clear!
So glad you were ready with the camera for this wonderful shot!
That's a really nice shot!
Very cool, Kerri! I have not seen a Sapsucker at my feeders. Great capture!
Great photo of the bird with some of the food left on its beak.
I don't know if I've ever seen a yellow-bellied sapsucker. Nice photo!
A beauty and a nice capture!
love your photos....
That is a special visitor indeed. I too have them in the trees in spring,but have yet to see them at a feeder.
It is so exciting to get a photo of a bird you've been waiting for. Your patience paid off!!!
Lucky you! How cool!! Another awesome shot.
Excellent shot and a very pretty bird. Thanks for dropping by my page.
Great picture - we have no woodpeckers of any species in Australia - I'll have to make do with yours!Cheers and thanks for linking to WBW.Stewart M - Melbourne
Awesome photo! We had one show up at the feeders late last winter. It was the first time I'd seen one in person. I didn't get any shots as good as this one, though.
What a cutie! This reminds me that I best fill the bird feeders today!!xo Catherine
Nice capture!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
And we love friends who serve lunch too!
Your friend looks mighty happy to visit you. :)
Great feeder bird!
What a neat bird! I like the red markings!
What a beautiful bird, and an equally good shot. Well done
I have one come from time to time to the suet feeder but not that often. And, I have never been able to get such a great photo!
Great capture Kerri! Have never seen one in my yard.
What an amazing picture! So nice to have a variety of birds.
No fair! You have them at your feeder! I have to tromp out amongst the rattlesnakes to find one.Nice image of a great little woodpecker.
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