NC #39 Red-breasted Sapsucker
The text reads: “Sapsuckers are Woodpeckers that are “farmers,” drilling small rows of holes in certain trees to which they can return for insects and sap. Sapsuckers tend to move to lower elevations in winter, such as the Big-leaf Maple forest shown here. Meanwhile, tiny Rufous Hummingbirds returning very early in the spring from the subtropics may depend on the sap from Sapsucker holes to survive.”
Published on Dec 2, 2013. (the card as shown has the image turned 180 degrees so it can be viewed on this website. It is layed-out like a normal notecard)
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