Yellow-Shafted Flicker Working Out a Nest In Maple Tree

by Janice Dugas
(Mirabel,QC, Canada)

Imagine my surprise when I discovered that a knocking sound grabbing my attention was from a Yellow-Shafted Flicker working out his nest in a dead branch of the maple tree in our backyard!


He's working hard. Check him out...!

Yellow-Shafted Flicker Working Out a Nest In Maple Tree


Happy Birding!

Janice
Mirabel,PQ,Canada

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