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I love this candle holder so thought i would share it with you, aint i nice ;-)

I was having lunch and a visitor showed up... Needless to say I ran for the camera...This is only the 3rd time I have seen them and one of the times I couldn't get the camera from the office quick enough...:-(

This is the first Flicker that I've seen this year... I had hoped to see more but no luck so far....This is a type of Woodpecker.....

Flickerista in azione al Louvre, con il solito curioso che verifica lo scatto...

The Mrs. waiting her turn for the feeder, seems to always let her man go first!! A Northern Flicker.

un sorriso per tutti, vincitori e vinti.

The Gilded Flicker (Colaptes chrysoides) is a large-sized woodpecker (mean length of 29 cm (11 in)) of the Sonoran, Yuma, and eastern Desert regions of the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico including all of the Baja Peninsula except the extreme northwestern region. Golden yellow under wings distinguish the gilded flicker from the northern flicker found within the same region, which have red under wings. Wikipedia

 

This beautiful Gilded Flicker was flying around Golden Valley Arizona.

Soy PROOOOO!, muchisimas gracias .: Mr. Ed :., :: I S O B E L L E ::, ::: M @ X :::, Plateada, SandroG, Slaff, *pele* y .°. Barbi.°. por la cuenta PRO!!

La pase joya este finde, espero que les haya gustado Las Flores!

Saludos

This flicker was using an uninhabited owl box as a drum, I like the textures of the Cedar bark and rough sawn wood and having a flicker for FlickrFriday felt like I was checking all the boxes.

There were three Flickers chasing each other through the trees out front. This one landed down in the next door neighbors lawn and had a snack in between the games. :-)

Candles in memory of loved ones all over the world ~

 

We paused today on All Saints' Day to remember our loved ones who have gone on ahead of us. This season brings the bittersweet of memories- days with Jamie and others, thoughts so fleeting they seem like dreams . . .

 

In our own personal remembrances, many MANY of your loved ones have been remembered along with ours.

 

Thank you all for contributing to my survival here. Life has been hard but this virtual community continues to bouy me up.

 

With love and thoughts for you all ~ Kim

 

This one was playing peek-a-boo around the tree the feeders are in.

for my dear flickers Maka and Richard:)

    

remember? that evening was the beginning ...:)

Northern Flicker, Wildwood Lake, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

As you can see there is a pecking order even in birds... The Flicker is larger so the little Starling has to wait for the larger bird to finish before it can have a chance at the feeder... This shot was taken from my kitchen window, last winter !!!

The bird type....

The other day as we sat in the yard, We could hear her, but it took a bit to find her. At the very tippy top of one of the evergreens, there she sat.

The Northern Flicker is a ground foraging wood pecker. Its favorite food is ants.

 

Another rainy day here today - off for my Sunday run - at least it won't be hot - LOL. Thanks for stopping by - will be by to see you all when I return.

Desenvolvido no 5º período do curso de Design Gráfico (UEMG) para a disciplina Expressão Gráfica V.

 

Melhor visualizado em loop

Nenhuma das fotos são de minha autoria ;]

Adult and offspring Flicker sharing suet with a Stellers Jay.

Taken through the front window, as the Flicker preened, scratched and stretched for over 10 minutes. The Flicker was very methodical in preening, it appeared as though every feather was worked on.

This male flicker,

red-shafted (Western),

came in to search the river rock.

The Gilded Flicker (Colaptes chrysoides) is a large-sized woodpecker (mean length of 29 cm (11 in)) of the Sonoran, Yuma, and eastern Desert regions of the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico including all of the Baja Peninsula except the extreme northwestern region. Golden yellow under wings distinguish the gilded flicker from the northern flicker found within the same region, which have red under wings. Wikipedia

 

This beautiful Gilded Flicker was flying around Golden Valley Arizona.

This year been great. Meet so many wonderful people. Thank god i went back and signed on my flicker account. And saw some of the greatest photos. :) Thank You Everyone!

 

1. Most Views: Bratz 2010 Twins Phoebe and Roxxi. Got so many questions about them. It's weird cause i don't play with them as much.

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2. Most Faves: Shira Electric Girl. Wow this one was a surprise. Thank you everyone for all the love and support.

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3. Most Comments: Bratz 2010 Twins Phoebe and Roxxi.

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4. Personal Fave Of The Year: Sasha Bratz Next Super Model Cycle 1 Hippiez to the Heart. This one really came out great. And i really love the colors all together.

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Tagged by x_fashionluva_x-Hayden

I think i'm the last to do this so if you were tagged already don't mine it. :)

Παραταγμένοι οι Φλίκερς [flickers] του Salonica Group & Thessalia / Thessaly group.......Ready for action!!

Φάρος στις Εκβολές του Αξιού Ποταμού.

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2η Απόδειξη πως κάποιος κλέβει.....

 

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The frosty railing must be cold to perch on for this Northern Flicker.

The red-shafted Northern Flicker is a colorful woodpecker.

Northern Flicker males engaged in a courting battle over a female flicker a few branches over. This is something Ive seen several times, but I have never been in good spots for photos. Today these guys decided to hash it out on the big maple tree outside my bedroom window, basically at eye level. These two males would stare at each other, then start to bob up and down, side to side while cackling at each other. They would do this for a few seconds at a time then take a rest. Its obviously much harder work on them then it appears ( im sure it being near zero for temperatures didnt help either ) because after several minutes of dancing and flying around to different branches as the female moved, they both started to get less into it and moved much less.

Another odd sighting! Not that there is anything odd in seeing a Flicker here, I see them fairly often but always down in the yard close to the pond. This one was right up next to the house and in almost the same place that I saw the mouse (see yesterday's photo). This one is checking the skies for the hawk that comes around. If I see the hawk, I make sure it moves on because I don't draw birds in with feeders to provide a smorgasbord for predators! Yesterday was another fantastic day out and about (12 plus hours & around 350 miles) of country roads, parks, other visual treats and a lovely picnic at Seneca Rocks W VA. Soon as I get a few photos processed I will put them up. Hope everyone enjoyed a great weekend and you're all looking at a fabulous week! :)

Several quick-moving northern flickers darted across the woodland trees

intrepid photographer explores the wilds of Flicker Grove, Mono County

Northern Flickers have such lovely markings, this male was all serious over his snacking.

Northern Flicker, "Colaptes auratus", male, March 2021, Tennessee, USA

Male Northern Flicker

 

I've been having fun observing our regular birds, and now a flicker pair, as they visit our backyard for a sip of water.

A fiercely florescent Northern Flicker (Colaptes auratus) feeding on Suet which is attached to the rail of our deck stairs.

The male really stood out with his nape colours. He has been making a nuisance of himself by hammering on our chimney cap. Typical Spring territorial behaviour, but it's a bit annoying!

The flickers are definitely in a "romantic" mood of late - given the almost incessant drumming on our metal chimney cap and their constant calling. This one was chilling in a dead pine tree on a recent hike. Spring is definitely here!

 

Thanks so much to everyone who takes the time to view, like or comment on my photos!

 

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