Melissa Fischer. wild in Michigan. naturalist

More peckers!

The wind lifting the male Red-bellied Woopecker's feathers.

A Red-bellied Woodpecker using it's tongue to clean up the sticky suet.

It usually grabs a hunk of suet before it flies off. They're one of the woodpeckers that habitually store food.

A young deer getting a fresh coat of lighter fur.

A polka dot woodpecker feather lining the House Sparrow nest.

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