Friday Funny Photography: Pileated Woodpecker and Plywood Pal

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Friday Funny Photography: Pileated Woodpecker and Plywood Pal

Birds & Blooms’ Friday Fun Photography snapshot for March 28, 2014: Pileated Woodpecker and Plywood Pal by Cherie Doughan of Placida, Florida. Cherie writes, “We bought a pileated woodpecker ornament from a local artist and put it up in our jacaranda tree. It wasn’t long before a live woodpecker came along, thinking our decoration was the real thing!”

Do you have a clever caption for this fun photo? We’d love to hear it!

  1. Carolyn says

    Is this the really big wood pecker? I think it might be like the one I had in my back yard when living in FL. I heard it in neighbors yard, tree, I could not decide what the noise was, then saw…instead of getting my camera immediately I could not move…stood there staring!! I have never told anyone other than some there, how big he was and the noise…I couldn’t find one to know what it was, knew people would think I was crazy :)

  2. Heather says

    Well, I like ’em fit and trim…but I think this one trimmed off a little too much. If she turned sideways she’d probably disappear!!

  3. Donald W. Bradberry says

    ” Well plastic pink flamingos, plastic owls, plastic hawks, but what’s a plastic pecker head for ? “

  4. Marilyn Duch says

    Well, hi.
    Haven’t seen you in this neck of the woods before.
    You in the mood for some peckin around?

  5. Darlene says

    I WANT one of these for my yard…I have several of these birds that feed and I would LOVE to add a ‘stranger’

  6. Shirley Tapley says

    Just wanted to say that if they have a wooden Ivory Billed Woodpecker at the art shop, you should try placing it in a tree, they are possibly extinct, but its worth a try. We put a owl molded in with cement to the side of out porch and the same evening a owl kept attacking it and banging on the side of the porch trying to knock it down, we were shocked to say the least.

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