Nesting Flickers

by Nancy
(Chesapeake VA)



We have a pair of Flickers that have made a cavity in our backyard. The male has been "standing" in front of the hole for hours now, not moving just peering in the whole. Do you think the female is lying the eggs or maybe the eggs are hatching?

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