As her mother flies to the feeder, Hannah anxiously looks at her.
You're coming back, aren't you Mom?
Big Momma comes back and feeds Hannah. And wouldn't you know it? She feeds her behind the tree, so I couldn't photograph them.
Thanks, Mom. Can I please have more?
Oh, they are such a pleasure to watch.
Great photos of a magnificent bird!
That is so exciting! And your photos are wonderful = thanks, especilally since I don't have any.
I love their fuzzy red-heads. Sort of the look of a bad hair day!
Oh my Carolyn! Those shots are just wonderful. :c)
Neat pictures. I've stopped feeding the birds for the summer so our Pileated has been around for a while. I hope they raised a successful brood. Someone has to keep those Carpenter Ants in line!!!
That should read, our Pileated has NOT been around ... too quick to press GO!
Oh, what a gorgeous family! Fabulous post!
Shelley - ThanksHelen - They are such fun to watch.Donna - Yes, their heads do look a bit unkempt.Jayne - ThanksCicero - I feed them so I can see them more often. But they are doing a lot of work on the insects as well. I often see them down in the woods, digging insects from the trees.Kerri - Thanks. Now, if I could just get all four of them in one shot...
I am so JEALOUS! I would LOVE to have a baby pileated - can't imagine! So neat!
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