Friday, July 6, 2012

Woodpecker's Nest.

These photos were taken April 2012.

Sharing here as a follow up to my post about Birds In Our Garden


  1. It is hard to believe that such a small bird can mkae a big hole like that.


  2. Wow I have never seen anything like that before!

    I agree with Filip and Kristel it is hard to believe
    that a small bird can make such a hole!!!

    Great photo.

    Have a good weekend.


  3. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing! Have a great weekend!

  4. We have a woodpecker here often but I think the nest is in the Dr's yard over the road as I have not tracked it down so far :( Great photos. Diane

  5. Beautiful shots!
    I'd love to see a woodpecker.
    Have a great weekend.

  6. good gravy that woodpecker has been doing a whole lot of pecking ...
    I have never see one make a hole like that I too would love to see him..
    hugs, Cherry

  7. Yes, it's a delight to see this excellent woodpecker nest. Greetings and happy weekend.

  8. wow. looks like a drill did it instead of a beak..they are amazing!

  9. Aren't they just amazing creatures!! How diligent he must have been....

  10. I've never seen a woodpecker's nest before. I snapped a picture of a wood pecker at the cottage...I'll have to post it sometime.

    Amazing,how you have captured the hole and nest!

    I love the pink flower and bee!

  11. Wow, Linda! They work hard on their nest. Great shots and thanks for sharing. I love the woodies.

  12. We had woodpeckers in Germany. well, never really sean them, but heard them often. Amazing birds.
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    Thank you for sharing

  13. I sometimes hear woodpeckers outside my window in the morning. They are certainly very active busy creatures! Nice close-up shots of the tree trunk and home to the woodpeckers :)

  14. I've only heard their "rapping" but have never seen what they can really produce! A large hole! Great photos!

  15. I think I've never seen such a close-up of a woodpecker nest. Fantastic find!

  16. I'm surprised to find that a bird digs such a big hole.
    I's nice that your garden is enough large to welcome the bird.


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