Downy Woodpecker

Woodpeckers in Stow

January 2, 2014

A female downy woodpecker in Stow.
A male downy woodpecker in Stow.
A hairy woodpecker in Stow.
A red-bellied woodpecker in Stow.
Steve from Stow photographed a pair of downy woodpeckers, a hariy woodpecker and a red-bellied woodpecker in his back yard.

Backyard Birds in Framingham

December 11, 2013

An American goldfinch in Framingham, photographed by Joan Chasan.
A black-capped chickadee in Framingham, photographed by Joan Chasan.
A Carolina wren in Framingham, photographed by Joan Chasan.
A dark-eyed junco in Framingham, photographed by Joan Chasan.
A downy woodpecker in Framingham, photographed by Joan Chasan.
A house finch in Framingham, photographed by Joan Chasan.
A house finch in Framingham, photographed by Joan Chasan.
A northern cardinal in Framingham, photographed by Joan Chasan.
A red-bellied woodpecker in Framingham, photographed by Joan Chasan.
A tufted titmouse in Framingham, photographed by Joan Chasan.
Joan Chasan photographed the following birds around her feeders in Framingham: American goldfinch, black-capped chickadee, Carolina wren, dark-eyed junco, downy woodpecker, house finches, a northern cardinal, red-bellied woodpecker and a tufted titmouse.

Backyard Birds in Framingham

November 17, 2013

American goldfinches in Framingham, photographed by Gerry White.
A downy woodpecker in Framingham, photographed by Gerry White.
A tufted titmouse in Framingham, photographed by Gerry White.
A white-breasted nuthatch in Framingham, photographed by Gerry White.
Gerry White photographed the following at his backyard feeders in Framingham: American goldfinch, downy woodpecker, tufted titmouse, and white-breasted nuthatch.

Backyard Birds in Sudbury

October 28, 2013

Tufted titmice and a downy woodpecker at a bird feeder in Sudbury.
Peg Espinola photographed these tufted titmice and a downy woodpecker at her backyard bird feeder in Sudbury.

Wildlife at Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge

September 30, 2013

A blue jay at ARNWR in Sudbury, photographed by Craig Smith.
A blue-winged teal at ARNWR in Maynard, photographed by Craig Smith.
A downy woodpecker at ARNWR in Sudbury, photographed by Craig Smith.
An eastern chipmunk at ARNWR in Maynard, photographed by Craig Smith.
A great blue heron at ARNWR in Maynard, photographed by Craig Smith.
A northern flicker at ARNWR in Maynard, photographed by Craig Smith.
A painted turtle at ARNWR in Maynard, photographed by Craig Smith.
A song sparrow at ARNWR in Maynard, photographed by Craig Smith.
A yellow-rumped warbler at ARNWR in Maynard, photographed by Craig Smith.
Craig Smith photographed the following at the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury and Maynard: blue jay, blue-winged teal, downy woodpecker, eastern chipmunk, great blue heron, northern flicker, painted turtle, song sparrow, and yellow-rumped warbler.

Backyard Wildlife in Sudbury

August 23, 2013

A black-capped chickadee, downy woodpecker, American goldfinch and house finches in Sudbury, photographed by Peg Espinola.
A downy woodpecker, American goldfinch, white-breasted nuthatch and house finch in Sudbury, photographed by Peg Espinola.
A red squirrel in Sudbury, photographed by Peg Espinola.
Turkeys in Sudbury, photographed by Peg Espinola.
Peg Espinola photographed the following around her house in Sudbury: a black-capped chickadee, downy woodpecker, American goldfinch, white-breasted nuthatch, house finches, a red squirrel and three turkeys.

Wildlife at Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge

July 3, 2013

A beaver at ARNWR in Maynard, photographed by Craig Smith.
A cedar waxwing at ARNWR in Maynard, photographed by Craig Smith.
A chimney swift at ARNWR in Maynard, photographed by Craig Smith.
A downy woodpecker at ARNWR in Maynard, photographed by Craig Smith.
A green heron at ARNWR in Maynard, photographed by Craig Smith.
A mourning cloak at ARNWR in Maynard, photographed by Craig Smith.
A muskrat at ARNWR in Maynard, photographed by Craig Smith.
A northern leopard frog at ARNWR in Maynard, photographed by Craig Smith.
A tree swallow at ARNWR in Maynard, photographed by Craig Smith.
Craig Smith photographed the following at Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury and Maynard: beaver, cedar waxwing, chimney swift, downy woodpecker, green heron, mourning cloak, muskrat, northern leopard frog, and tree swallow.

Bird feeder Wildlife in Framingham

June 14, 2013

A rose-breasted grosbeak in Framingham, photographed by Joan Chasan.
A rose-breasted grosbeak in Framingham, photographed by Joan Chasan.
A rose-breasted grosbeak in Framingham, photographed by Joan Chasan.
An American goldfinch in Framingham, photographed by Joan Chasan.
An American goldfinch in Framingham, photographed by Joan Chasan.
A blue jay in Framingham, photographed by Joan Chasan.
Downy woodpeckers in Framingham, photographed by Joan Chasan.
A red squirrel in Framingham, photographed by Joan Chasan.
Joan Chasan photographed rose-breasted grosbeaks, an American goldfinch, blue jay, downy woodpeckers and a red squirrel in her Framingham back yard.

Wildlife at Great Meadows

June 10, 2013

An American woodcock at Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, photographed by Lori Allen.
A great blue heron at Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, photographed by Lori Allen.
A great blue heron at Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, photographed by Lori Allen.
A long-tailed weasel at Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, photographed by Lori Allen.
Downy woodpeckers at Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, photographed by Lori Allen.
A yellow warbler at Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, photographed by Lori Allen.
Lori Allen photographed an American woodcock, great blue herons, a long-tailed weasel, downy woodpeckers and a yellow warbler at Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury and Concord. Lori writes about her sightings on her blog.

Downy Woodpeckers in Framingham

June 6, 2013

An adult female downy woodpecker feeds its young in Framingham, photographed by Todd Boli.
Todd Boli photographed these downy woodpeckers, a female adult feeding a female juvenile bird. Todd says that the birds may be from the same brood as the young bird he photographed on the previous day.

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