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I have never seen a Flicker on Long Island....they are really pretty birds
I'm not sure what their reasoning is, but we (especially the wife) misses seeing them twice a day at the feeder. I think I've got a cell phone picture that I took last year (before I had the trail cams) of eight or ten deer around the feeder, with a rabbit sitting directly under the feeder, waiting for the deer to knock some of the corn down, so that he could scrounge that up, and there was even a turkey mixed in with all of the deer and the rabbit. It was pretty neat to see.
I am pretty sure the yellow&black birds are Evening Grosbeaks.Haven't posted trail-cam content in a while. I was away from home working some snow storms, so I didn't have access to the memory cards to upload. But I finally got home again, and downloaded some stuff. Here you go. The cams caught the wife plowing some snow a few different times while I was gone. She's only been plowing for about a year now, but she looks to have it down pretty well!
Also, can someone identify the yellow and black birds? I have no idea what they are. Beth is pretty knowledgeable about birds, and even has a book to help identify some that she's not familiar with, but she can't figure out what these yellow and black ones are.
Then, there are a few deer and turkey as well.
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