Striking Red Headed Woodpecker

This Red Headed Woodpecker is so striking with its crimson head and checkerboard colors.   Lately I’ve heard a number of Woodpeckers at work, but they’re unlikely to be this pretty little bird.


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3 Responses to Striking Red Headed Woodpecker

  1. Ariane says:

    A wonderfull bird, it is working in our garden too.
    Greatings Ariane from Austria

  2. Kathy says:

    Very cute! Thanks for the pattern.

  3. JEANNE KENGLA says:

    I haven’t started any creatures, but discovering them has been a delight! Brightened this gray day!

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