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Old Nov 24, 2011, 12:09 PM   #1
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I wish this Yellow-bellied Sapsucker would have come out from behind the tree! Guess ya got to take 'em where ya can, though.





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Old Nov 24, 2011, 12:22 PM   #2
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Nice Gary. I never have seen one of these.

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Very colorfull bird, nice shots Gary !
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That is a pretty bird, I've heard of it but've never seen one I can recall. I have that same dangle of suet hanging, so far nothing but a few sparrows, nothing pretty ever shows up. I think I will move the cat perch from the window.
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Nice Gary. I never have seen one of these.

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That is a pretty hire, I've heard of it but've never seen one I can recall. I have that same dangle of suet hanging, so far nothing but a few sparrows, nothing pretty ever show up. I think I will move the cat perch from the window.
Thanks very much, guys. Bob, if you have cats, you're lucky to see even sparrows.
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Dittos Gary. And I don't think I ever seen one of those either.
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