A lot of construction work in the area raising a building out of the flood plain so most of the bushes/trees are gone, so now my migratory birds have no place to sit. A few of the usual returnees and this new guy.
I've always struggled w/ identification of hairy vs. downy woodpecker, although I suspect I usually see the downy. Today I'm fairly sure I saw a hairy at Boeing Creek Park. It seemed significantly larger. Watched it hop from tree to tree for several minutes. It was staying low to the ground, it was tapping on some root wads right about ground level as well as on tree trunks.
farmers almanac gives glacial condition for this winter. I have several different species of birds feeding in the trough in the backyard. evening grosbeaks have returned, immature robins and red wings and adults, and house sparrows molting.
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