Agree. That's what Cookie packs when she's out and about just looking for opportunity. Over the fourth:
Extremely rare for us and must be in parent mode looking at its condition. Then again, hugging tree sap sources all day might be rough on ones feathers too. For being in the wilderness the bird was quite tame allowing one within 8 to 10 ft. Also, it seemed to return to each of its stations at about 5 minute intervals making it a dependable target.
Found mostly in boggy areas and appropriately named.
And hanging around camp but rarely out where one could see him.
A handy instrument and not excessively spendy. Some challenges with depth of field though.
Fair Chase: Great capture on the Wood Pecker. Can't seem to get close to one of those here.