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The Great Spotted Woodpecker once more from Dorset.
Have a great Sunday.
Lovely set of images...............V3 is my favourite..........but I like them all................
Great set - well captured. A
Three great images, Trev!
Great shot, well taken
Nicely done Trev,v3 for a change in pose.
She's a real poser! Great images. Well captured.
Three belters Trev, though V1 is my favourite
I had a young male who used to visit the feed station (images way back in my PF)
He grew up into a handsome adult and was a constant visitor
Unfortunately, I found him dead one morning, right in the middle of the breeding season
The female had to try and bring up the chicks on her own.
Saw her once at the nut feeder - totally bedraggled and worn out
Never saw her again - I am guessing she drove herself to an early grave and the chicks didn't make it either
Best shots here Trev, love them all. Sorry i messed up with my pics today.
V1 for me Trev! Beautiful female in classic pose, excellent.
V3 has the more interesting pose for me
Waaaw,This set is so beautiful ,a lovely little poser,
Cant decide on a winer as I like them all verry much
Very good set, Trev.
Three cracking captures of Woody, but love the pose in V3, so this has to be my fave
Top class Woodpecker in this lovely series Trev.
A great trio Trev! John
Superb set here Trev, all very nicely presented too. Lou
Super set of shots
Stunning images ,
Three beauties, Trev.
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