Occasionally the hairy woodpecker comes, a self-invited guest to the suet banquet.
Compare it with the downy woodpecker and the hairy woodpecker.
Did you ever see a hairy woodpecker strolling about a tree for what he could pick up?
The hairy woodpecker, like many another bird and beast, furnishes much doubtful weather lore for credulous and inexact observers.
The flight of the hairy woodpecker is like that of the other species of its group.
The downy woodpecker is similar to his big relative, the hairy woodpecker, in color and shape, though much smaller.
The geographical and the breeding ranges of the hairy woodpecker are practically the same.
Sometimes the hairy woodpecker, a much larger bird, routs Downy out and wrecks his house.
Here are the places to look for the nest of the hairy woodpecker.
It was the hairy woodpecker, the big brother of the more common downy, and a bird that usually loves the depths of the woods.