Northern Flicker Cleans Nest
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|This male flicker has just shaken out some small debris - possibly wood chips - from its nest in the trunk of the tree. If they are wood chips, it is presumably debris created by widening out the hole in the trunk in which it is nesting. It seems to me that it is almost always the male in the nest.|
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Really a nice natural shot. The "flying" fras makes the picture ... captured exactly right. Some noise resulting from crop ... I know one can't get as close as the image appears, so the next best thing is to crop and resize (which creates noise). Like it... well done.