Saturday, April 18, 2015
Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker Ludington State Park
Crossed paths with the most cooperative Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker this morning at Ludington State Park. This bird spent about a half an hour drinking the sap of a Birch tree.
The Ruby-crowned Kinglets were equally obliging.
Here are some birds that visited my yard today.
Yellow-rumped Warbler hitting the suet.
This Osprey was one of 4 species that I added to the yard list today. The others were Rock Pigeon, Bald Eagle and Double-Crested Cormorant. Yard list is now at 47.
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