Red Breasted Sapsucker having a bath in the waterfall.
Red Breasted Sapsucker, weeping birch and other birch trees are a good attractors of Sapsuckers, our small Weeping Birch gets good action every year.
Red-breasted Sapsucker feeding the fledgling.
Red-breasted Sapsucker fledgling, they are left on the tree by them selves, the parents come by regulary to feed them insects and to keep the sap flowing.
Red-breasted Sapsucker with some fresh sap wells.
Sap wells are chiseled out and maintained for good sap flow, insects are mixed with the sap to feed nestlings.
Red Breasted Sapsucker.
Red Breasted Sapsucker, with a mouthful of ants and catipillars for feeding the young.
Imature Red Breasted Sapsucker.
Red Breasted Sap Sucker bores holes in bark then comes back later and eats the sap.
Red-breasted Sapsucker working on new sap wells.
Red-breasted Sapsucker hasn't killed this tree yet after many years.
Red-breasted Sapsucker maintaining sap wells.
Red-breasted Sapsuckers will mix sap with insects to feed the nest babies.
Red-breasted Sapsucker making some new sap wells.