[Tweeters] Fun Yard Bird

Lynn Wohlers wohlers13 at gmail.com
Sat Dec 5 12:41:17 PST 2020

We used to have them at our suet feeder on the 3rd-floor deck of an
apartment in Kirkland. It was in the back of the building, facing the
woods. We're on Fidalgo Island now, where it's a lot less suburban and
we've seen the Pileated at our suet here, too. They are intense-looking
birds! We love seeing them. So glad you were there at the right time!

Fidalgo Island

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On Sat, Dec 5, 2020 at 12:24 PM Bill Mowat <billmowat at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Greetings everyone,




> I’ve been filling and watching a backyard tube feeder with a no-mess nut

> blend for many years, and have mostly seen many typical birds, such as

> juncos, chickadees, finches, and flickers. Today, for the first time, a

> pileated woodpecker came to eat! I found it amazing and very fun. In the

> past, I’ve simply seen pileated woodpeckers in the forest or occasionally

> at Marymoor, and also at a long distance. This was very close by and easy

> to see good detail. Is this a bird others see at their feeders?




> Best Regards – Bill Mowat


> N Bellevue / Redmond, WA



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