A photojournal of wildlife, wild flowers and forest life in a small section of Northern Ontario, Canada.
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Shows the small red patch
The Hairy Woodpecker is common to the area and is distinguishable from the Downey by its smaller red patch,and by its large black beak, which is almost as long as its head. The last photo is one at my birdfeeder eating sunflower seeds of all things.