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Acorn Woodpecker (Melanerpes formicivorus)
Habitat: Open oak and pine-oak forestsRange: Southern Oregon through California, Arizona, New Mexico to western Texas south to Columbia
Canon XTiPhotographed in Grants Pass, Oregon
birds, north america, oregon, woodpeckers, acorn, nature, animals, avian photography, woodland animals, forest, nature photography, canon xti, photographers, digital photography, harry snowden, red
This is great! I love how both the subject and the background have the same colors!
That is a flowering plum tree. Thanks for the visit!
– Harry Snowden
EXCELLENT CAPTURE I never heard of this bird.
He looks like the “pope” of woodpeckers! LOL! (I thought he was a penguin at first only seeing his top half!) Great capture!
Thanks Eileen….Pope! Your right! :)
Beautiful work… Congratulations on your feature !!!Nature In Its Entirety-NOTHING MAN MADE FEATURES December 6th 2011This work is eligible to enter in our Featured Works December 2011 ChallengeGood Luck
congratulations for your well deserved feature in the Nature In Its Entirety group !!!my best, francis.
Thanks very much
Thank you Tracy!
Lovely capture Harry, love the vivid markings
Gorgeous Bird and a great image! Fave
Great shot of this beautiful bird !Renee
Thank you Renee
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