POTD 4/5/21

April 05, 2021  •  1 Comment

HEY SUCKA - The Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker is back. Their name comes from the distinctive habit of drilling rows of shallow holes in trees and returning regularly to drink the sap and eat insects attracted to the holes. The sap wells make the sap available to any other birds and animals in the area that leads ecologists to call the Sapsuckers a keystone species.


George Carmichael(non-registered)
Nice shot Paul!
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