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    Birds: Woodpeckers

    Ladder-Backed Woodpeckers. We see them more now their trees have been destroyed next door; they come to us (and the food) now. Has been spotted trying to bore into our balcony supports.

    Mr Woodpecker, who doesn't get much of a look-in at the food counter. He is shyer than his wife.

    Mrs Woodpecker, who loves to chew into the suet cake. She lets me get pretty close with the camera.

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