Red-breasted Sapsucker

by Judy
(Renton, WA)

Red-breasted Sapsucker

Red-breasted Sapsucker

For the past two years I have been seeing horizontal rows of holes in the trunk of our backyard Ash tree in Renton, WA.


Online research told me it was a Red-breasted Sapsucker Finally, I caught the culprit at work! I even captured him on my camcorder;

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Sep 10, 2010
Red Sapsucker
by: Anonymous

That is just too cute! Picked the perfect soundtrack.

Sep 07, 2010
bird watcher
by: Anonymous

I love it..... just wonderful

Sep 05, 2010
Hilarious!
by: Anonymous

Fabulous! Love the sound track. :-)
Susan

Sep 05, 2010
Sapsucker in Ash tree
by: GardenGal

Great video - Congrats for catching the little guy in action! I've had one of his relatives visiting my Ash tree over the years too! (we are on the western side of the Cascade Mountains. in OR)

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