Downy Woodpecker and Tufted Titmice Seen on Saturday, Too
The strange and wonderful Saturday continued with a female Downy Woodpecker at the seed feeder.
That is not where I'm used to seeing woodpeckers, but she seemed quite content to be digging around for just the right sunflower seed.
She finds a good seed and holds it up to the light - probably enjoying the sensation of eating food that precisely matches her color scheme!
A perfectly lovely Tufted Titmouse was kind enough to pose for a portrait.
Note the yellow tint of the feathers under the wings. It is that coloring that makes me think the next image -
- is a photo of a Tufted Titmouse, also.