Thanks Dianne, Yeah it was just OK but thats the way things go. Make sure you read the cautions on that fresnel lens of the beamer as left in the sun they can start a fire. You know you can buy a full size fresnel lens in Barnes and Nobel book store for next to nothing as they are used to lay on a book page and be able to read the fine print. I know guys that have made super beamers from them. Thanks for looking at my photos.WOW! Lovely photos as always! I got my better beamer today in the mail! Hope your doc report is a good one!
Hi Eric, yes you are correct it is a male pileated as you can see his red Mustache in the first one pretty good. I have a pair by my home and see them regular and this season I will try to find their nest.Hey Lou -
Is that a Pileated woodpecker in #s 2 and 3?
Great bird (even if my ID is way off - LOL), and fine shots!
Hi Gale, well this one isn't right now anyway. He is banging out his call on this tree as he uses it every year and yesterday morning I watched him get an answer and I could hear it and see his reaction. A little learning for the day for me as it was nice to watch. Lots of times I just watch and not click the shutter as it does scare most animals and birds. He is about 125 feet from me.Very nice Lou
That pileated wood pecker is big, but still secretive
There is a pair around here is see wiz by now and again..lolol
The Deer are always beautiful