Today is 12/26/2016 in Charleston WV. This morning I saw what looked like a teeny, tiny pileated woodpecker on the suet cake cage. I thought it was some kind of weird hummingbird, but again note the date, and when it flew away it flew like a regular sparrow or other small bird. It had the markings EXACTYLY like a pileated woodpecker with full, mature feathers except, like I said, it was maybe a 1/2 - 3/4 of an inch larger than the average hummingbird we get in the summer. We do have several types of woodpeckers who come, but this thing was teeny. I have searched nine ways to Sunday pictures of baby woodpeckers but all the pictures of baby pileated wood peckers that would be the size of the bird I saw were still in the nest, being fed, and not at all well feathered. I will keep an eye out for its return and try to get pictures, but just imagine a pileated wood pecker the size of a hummingbird and that is what it looked like.
Posted about 4 years ago
I got a new mattress and box springs and was told to leave the plastic on the box springs. Well, over time we noticed a musky smell in the bedroom and pulled the bed out and the wall had mold on it. After inspecting the bedroom, we discovered mold on the bottom of the bed and directly in the middle. Due to the room staying moist, could it have caused the plastic on the box springs to sweat and cause the mold on the bottom of the bed?
Posted over 4 years ago
The leaves has turned black and dried up on my black eyed Susan's.
Please diagnose the reason and recommend a remedy.
Posted over 5 years ago
I have a tall 50 foot douglas fir that is dying and I think it is related to the fungus that is attacking different evergreens. Is there someone that can look at it, or tell me what I can do to have it removed before it spreads to other trees in the neighborhood
trees and shrubs
Posted almost 7 years ago
where can i buy horse hay in charleston wv area?
forages for horses
Posted about 8 years ago