Flickers in our Tree!

by Sandra
(Kennewick, WA)

We live in eastern Washington and are having unusual Thanksgiving weather. We have had snow on and off for 6 days now with about 6-8 inches on the ground.

We just saw 2 Flickers in the tree outside. I decided to look up and see what they eat since we have not seen them at our feeders.
I hope they eat some seed since I don't have any ants laying around!!!


They like suet, too!


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