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Awesome shot!!! :thumbsup_anim:


I miss seeing a lot of woodpeckers. At my other place, there was tons of hairy woodpeckers & my new place it's the pileated ones but haven't seen any in a real long time. Maybe it's time to start making my own homemade suet again LoL!!!


Thanx for sharing your pictures. They're beautiful :clapping:

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