Woodpeckers

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  1. Tuckerjr

    Tuckerjr No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    A few images of the woodpecker species that visit me at the house in Knoxville, TN


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    Very nice set. Quite the variety.
     
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    What's that first one? It doesn't look like a Northern Flicker, but that's the only thing I can think of that it even comes close to around these parts.
    At any rate, that's definitely one I haven't seen before--or if it's a Flicker, it's the most unusual one I've ever seen.

    Woodpeckers are so entertaining! I love watching mine--I just wish I had a red-headed one to add to my backyard list!
     
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    The first one is indeed a northern flicker. This may be a younger bird lacking some field marks
     
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    Nice, the first Flicker is my favorite
     
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