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  1. It is the season for baby birds here in Minnesota. During a walk around White Bear Lake last weekend my wife and I heard the distinctive sounds of hungry young birds, and sure enough I spotted this little Downy Woodpecker poking its head out waiting for dad to feed him. We went back to the same White Birch tree two days later, and the little ones had already left their nest.
  2. I did not expect to see a rare black woodpecker in the city's cake. At the same time for not usual for him occupation. And certainly - not the usual place. 1. _DSF2217 by Aleksander Pustovarov, on Flickr 2. _DSF2220 by Aleksander Pustovarov, on Flickr 3. _DSF2222 by Aleksander Pustovarov, on Flickr 4. _DSF2224 by Aleksander Pustovarov, on Flickr I ask to forgive me for the kind of littered nature, but with the ecology and the culture of consumption in our city is really all bad.
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