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There are always so many birds at Endovalley in Rocky Mountain National Park in the spring and summer. I just love the beautiful black and white Sapsuckers with the red on their heads and watching them drill holes in the aspen trees for their nests or find one already dug out.

It’s fun to post a summertime photograph in the middle of winter. In a few months Rocky Mountain National Park with be teeming with the birds as they migrate back.


2 Responses to “Beautiful Red-Naped Sapsucker At Endovalley In RMNP Last Summer”

  1. Manny says:

    What a remarkable photograph, Mel. The feathers are real as is the bark on the tree. Absolutely 3D.

  2. Kathleen says:

    Estes Park Blog + Superbowl Sunday = > :>) !

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