Sap Wells

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While out working in my garden I heard several different birds nearby in a grove of trees. So I decided to see what was going down. I found several fresh sap wells made by the Yellow Bellied Sapsucker. There were several different birds each taking turns at the sap wells. There were Black Capped Chickadees, Yellow Rumped Warblers, House Wrens, Robins, and Downy Woodpeckers. All of them enjoying the bugs that were drawn to the sweet sap wells. It was very cool to watch the different species all take turns.
Taken By
Lisel Mascaluk
Taken On
August 10, 2021
Tagged
sapsucker alberta bird animal beak
  • Focal: 420
  • Lens Model: VR 300mm f/2.8G
  • Shutter speed: 0.003125 sec
  • Aperture: f/ 7.1

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