Suet Cake Attracking Woodpeckers

by Judy
(Seattle)

Flicker at suet cake

Flicker at suet cake

Flicker at suet cake
Hairy Woodpecker
Pileated Woodpecker

Last week I was stunned to see three different woodpeckers in my backyard on the same day. They were attracted to the suet cake feeder. There was a Red-shafted Flicker, A Downy Woodpecker, and to my amazement a Pileated Woodpecker. It was the second time that I have seen a Pileated in my garden. They are so large and fascinating!




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Jan 28, 2013
Woodpecker convention?
by: Suet

Amazing what a little suet can attract to your yard!

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