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July 20, 2010


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Angela (@AngEngland)

Gorgeous pictures! Love the woodpecker. We have smaller woodpeckers around here but they also have that bright red head...I have never taken the time to find out their name though.

That squirrel looks like he's laughing at you. :-)

Dominique King

Angela-We also have the smaller woodpeckers at home, but it's even rare that I get such a good shot at seeing them because they're so high up in the trees.
I wasn't sure if the squirrel was laughing at me, or looking guilty at being caught in the act of trying to steal some food! :)

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