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Re: check in time

We have lots of woodpeckers - a whole flock of downies, a pair or
more of hairies, and several red-bellies.  The downies are the most
active -they really fuss at us when we go out to change the suet
feeder, or if it is empty they cling to the kitchen window screen and
tell us we need to do something.  I really enjoy the woodpeckers
more than most birds - they have more individual personalities.
In a message dated 12/20/2008 8:18:13 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
judylee@lewiston.com writes:

I saw our winter friend the woodpecker opening walnuts in the back yard last 
week. Snow is deeper, but (s)he will be back if nothing else is available. I 
see 2 or 3 every winter. Sometimes when the snow is deep, they dive in & fan 
their wings like they're taking a dust bath & uncover the nuts so they can 
break them open. The little chickadees wait until they're done, then pick up 
any crumbs.

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