Friday, December 17, 2010

Yellow-bellied Sapsucker knocks on my door

Howdee all,

Seems like we have had just about any bird you can think of tap on our windows…ok, maybe I exaggerate. We have had Brown-headed nuthatch, Cardinal, Purple Finch, Black-capped Chickadee,American Robin,Downy Woodpecker, Red-breasted nuthatch, Ruby-crowned kinglet, Tufted Titmouse and a few more that I am probably forgetting.

Today we had a new visitor…wish the screen wasn’t in the way…

 

Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

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10 comments:

Kimmy said...

OMG girl.. how do you get these birds to tap on your window like this? lol I'm amazed at the variety you have. The yellow bellied SP is too cute!

Bosque Bill said...

Think you should bow to the inevitable and remove the screens so we can get a better view. Hee, hee ;)

Kerri said...

How cool is that? You must be the bird whisperer :)

Nathan B said...

Awesome, I was going to say you have a lot of birds drilling at your window, never seen this myself, you must have some tasty windows ;-) Have a great weekend Dawn!

Andy said...

Fortunate you!

A New England Life said...

Do you think possibly the motorhome is in the birds way? LOL!

eileeninmd said...

How cool. a neat visitor to your home, Dawn. Can not miss that pretty head and colors.

Sarah Knight said...

Wow! That's so cool! Lovely shots!

Roy said...

Now he has a beak like a sledge hammer Dawn, hope your window survives intact.

dAwN said...

Kimmy
Howdee Kimmy..well our windows are reflective..that is a problem..the birds see their reflection and tap at the intruder..

Bosque Bill
Funny you should say that..I removed the screen from the bedroom window to get better photos of the window tapping birds..this one decided to tap on our bathroom window.:)

Kerri
Hee hee..wish I was the bird whisperer..but..its the reflective window

Nathan B
hee hee..tasty windows indeed.

Andy
Yes..this is the blessing and the curse of the reflective windows on the Homey..sadly a few birds have also died flying into them.

A New England Life
Yes..ha..we should move it out of the way:)

eileeninmd
Thanks..it sure was cool to see this beauty so close.

Sarah Knight
Thanks Sarah

Roy
Ha...So far the window remains intact:)

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