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That sounds pretty good to me! :-)
Such a lovely and incredible pic!
I am trying to find this bird in my Book, but realized he must be a West of the Rockies dweller, not East!Wonderful picture!Jo
It's a cute one! Nice photos Brenda!Hey guess what? I just this second remembered that I bought the book (Townie) you told me about a long time ago, but still haven't read it.
There is beauty at all times every season Brenda.Costas
Like Jo, I didn't know the gila. S/he looks pretty similar to a female red-bellied over here in the tame East. I love woodpeckers, but wonder what it'd be like living next to one.
Great shots of this little pecker!My daughter Lara, the book reviewer, has a new site in case you haven't heard. I don't think she would mind if I appoint myself as temporary PR agent! http://onelitchick.com/
Jo - should I send you a western birding book? We could swap.Deserts&Beyond - nice to see sun in your vicinity today. Guess it is on its way to us. Pat, I had forgotten about the book!Kathy, yep, know Laura's website. Read on!Banjo, nothing worse than a woodpecker drilling a light pole (not a wooden one). We get those, and they are noisy!Thanks all.
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