A Pleasant Fall Morning

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4 Responses to A Pleasant Fall Morning

  1. I wonder why that starling attacked the woodpecker. Maybe they eat the same food, but they sure don’t find it the same way.
    Interesting shot of the juvenile cedar waxwing. Nowhere near as pretty as the sleek adults.

    • Grampy says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      I have seen starlings run off the Red Bellied Woodpeckers from a nest hole, and use it themselves. Don’t know this time of year, maybe that is a reason they are natural enemies. I agree the juvie waxwing does not have that slick feathering yet.

  2. Martha says:

    Amazing pictures…loved the one of the Fall Morning.

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