Tag: melanerpes carolinus

Red-bellied Woodpecker

Red-bellied woodpeckers are abundant in St. Augustine year-round. We have had the pleasure of seeing a nesting pair behind our house when we first moved here. They have a red patch of feathers on their belly, but it is hard to see when observing.… Continue Reading “Red-bellied Woodpecker”

Fiddler Crabs

by Linda The Chickadees stopped hanging around our nest box and now a Bluebird couple is hanging around. It’s been interesting. A few days ago we had a nor’easter come through. It was very rainy and windy. We needed the rain. At the tail… Continue Reading “Fiddler Crabs”