Design - "America"
Designer - The Stitching Parlor
Fabric - 28 count Lambswool Jobelan
Fibers - Crescent Colors - 2 strands over 2 threads
Started - 19 July 2016
Completed - 25 July 2016
Here are my four eagles - they happen to be patriotic ones! This design is very different from anything else that I've stitched this July.
While I haven't seen any eagles, I have seen several woodpeckers.
I have confirmed sightings of a male Downy Woodpecker...
...and a female Downy Woodpecker!
While these are one of the most common residential woodpeckers, I've not had any around for a couple of years.
This small suet feeder on the front porch has become a Downy Woodpecker magnet. It proves that changing feeders and feeder locations allows one to get a larger variety of birds.
I am once again seeing a female Hairy Woodpecker.
This is a juvenile male Hairy Woodpecker.
And here's the female once again.
I caught a REd-breasted Sapsucker beginning its morning with a good preening session.
The light was not that great...
...but I did finally manage a couple of shots which show off the head and breast.
It has quiet the black and white feather pattern as well.
Here's the female Acorn Woodpecker.
I don't often see her this time of year.
Size comparison: Downy Woodpecker on the upper left, Flicker on the bottom right.
This is a young male Flicker with a very faint red mustache.
That's all my woodpeckers for this week!