Braving the cold, waiting for spring


This red-bellied woodpecker was spotted on a tree in western Champaign County. The red-bellied is common to woodland areas in Ohio, but also shows up around bird feeders this time of year. This one scared a flock of smaller birds away from a feeder of black-oil sunflower seeds. The red-bellied is more common than the red-headed woodpecker, which is a different bird.

This red-bellied woodpecker was spotted on a tree in western Champaign County. The red-bellied is common to woodland areas in Ohio, but also shows up around bird feeders this time of year. This one scared a flock of smaller birds away from a feeder of black-oil sunflower seeds. The red-bellied is more common than the red-headed woodpecker, which is a different bird.


This red-bellied woodpecker was spotted on a tree in western Champaign County. The red-bellied is common to woodland areas in Ohio, but also shows up around bird feeders this time of year. This one scared a flock of smaller birds away from a feeder of black-oil sunflower seeds. The red-bellied is more common than the red-headed woodpecker, which is a different bird.

This red-bellied woodpecker was spotted on a tree in western Champaign County. The red-bellied is common to woodland areas in Ohio, but also shows up around bird feeders this time of year. This one scared a flock of smaller birds away from a feeder of black-oil sunflower seeds. The red-bellied is more common than the red-headed woodpecker, which is a different bird.
http://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2018/02/web1_redhead.jpgThis red-bellied woodpecker was spotted on a tree in western Champaign County. The red-bellied is common to woodland areas in Ohio, but also shows up around bird feeders this time of year. This one scared a flock of smaller birds away from a feeder of black-oil sunflower seeds. The red-bellied is more common than the red-headed woodpecker, which is a different bird.

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