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Flicker Time!

  • Posted Feb. 15, 2011 by Marsha Viewed 3943 times

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Northern Flicker
Colaptes auatus cafter

These birds' beaks are fearsome and they know how to use them!
Flickers! Just stay away from the house and work on the trees!!

I see you!!

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    • # Nancy

      Guess I'll just keep the woodpecker, lol too many holes on the porch:)) Flicker is striking, exceptional captures and colors!

      2011.02.21 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Helen

      The look rather like the woodpeckers we get here. Such handsome chaps :-)

      2011.02.18 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Gonia

      oh Marsha! sorry for being late - it is extremely well done!it is beautifull bird!

      2011.02.17 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Ray

      Great shots!! Beautiful! Do they peck like wood peckers? Are they related?

      2011.02.17 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Jon Laysell

      Oh wow - I've never seen one of these before. Great set. Like Ricky, I also added number 1 to my faves - you got so close.

      2011.02.17 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Brenda Nelson

      Oh, the first and last ones are just extraordinary shots! The beautiful details and patterns are so clear. They must be part of the woodpecker family - beautiful nuisances!

      2011.02.16 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Lynn

      AWESOME!!! WOW...you captured them perfectly...I love the pop of red that explodes off the image :))

      2011.02.16 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Paul

      I have not seen a Flicker before......love the first and last shots!!

      2011.02.16 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Sherij

      Aren't they just the coolest!! They bring color to winter!! Great shots!!

      2011.02.16 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Beth

      they are such gorgeous birds. I'm always surprised how big they are. great captures and so nice and clear

      2011.02.16 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Jeff Cornish

      This is an absolutely fabulous post! That bird is gorgeous and your shots are so clear and colorful! #5 to favs!

      2011.02.15 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Jacki

      Nicely captured! I always thought they were such beautiful birds when on occasion I'd spot one of them!

      2011.02.15 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Larry Nelson

      We used to live in a house that had cedar siding, and these guys LOVE pecking large holes in it. Not my favorite bird, but great shots, Marsha.

      2011.02.15 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Sadhya Rippon

      Very beautiful shots Marsha.
      Did you do some clever editing here? Perhaps softening the background? It works really well. I must learn how to do it.

      2011.02.15 Edited Reply Cancel