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Oh my, those were terrific pictures. I got excited when I saw a male woodpecker on the fence of my veranda. His red feathers of top of his head were really prominent!
 

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Oh my, those were terrific pictures. I got excited when I saw a male woodpecker on the fence of my veranda. His red feathers of top of his head were really prominent!
I love woodpeckers. One always flies into my chimney flue and wakes me up early the morning hammering away. Crazy bird.
 

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Oh my, those were terrific pictures. I got excited when I saw a male woodpecker on the fence of my veranda. His red feathers of top of his head were really prominent!
I love woodpeckers. One always flies into my chimney flue and wakes me up early the morning hammering away. Crazy bird.
LMFAO! I don't have that issue. However, I do have a couple of Red Headed Woodpeckers that tear the trees up every early spring.

 
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Is that first picture real? Usually leopards dont have blue eyes unless they are cubs.
Good question. I found this on a Bing search for 'blue-eyed jaguars images' and all these came up ;

blue eye jaguar images - Bing images

Did some reading and there are some rare adult individuals with blue eyes. You learn something new everyday.
 

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