Suburb-The Changing Seasons V2 (March 2017)
Nesting Haiku (Peck)
Peck, peck, each day
Find the spot and peck away
Ready for nesting
I have been watching red-bellied woodpeckers pecking the wood in this old tree. It is amazing to see how they have transformed the branch with a perfect circle entry way to the nest. It must go pretty deep, because I have seen the male bird go completely into the branch and then turn to stick his head back out. This was the moment that I actually saw the pair together at their nesting site. I guess this means they have completed the courting ritual and agreed on the nest location. I will be keeping watch for new developments!
This is my third 2017 post for year three of Cardinal Guzman’s photo challenge, The Changing Seasons. You can post a photo gallery (V1) or a single photo (V2) that showcases your view of the month. You can check out the Cardinal’s page for the general challenge rules and join right in! His photos are fantastic and this month he has an extensive gallery! Like last year, I am planning to add a haiku along with my single V2 photo each month. Even though it has been said that a picture paints a thousand words, I like pairing pictures and words; both can still mean different things to different people.
All my previous Changing Seasons posts are in one place under the Changing Seasons header at the top of the page. And, I also have a bird header where all my bird pictures are gathered.
Take a look around my blog if you are interested! Comments are welcome!
Posted on March 27, 2017, in birds, Observations, Photography, Poetry, The Changing Seasons and tagged #MonthlyPhotoChallenge, #thechangingseasons, bird photography, bird watching, birds, haiku, Monthly photo challenge, Nesting, peck, Red Bellied Woodpeckers, the changing seasons, woodpeckers. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.