picoides (from picus, a woodpecker, and eidos, appearance) villosus (hairy)
Sunday, September 2, 1979 — 7:30 am
McNaughton, Wisconsin — Mom and Dad’s house
We were standing behind the house watching a Red-eyed Vireo (a lifer) that was singing in the top of a tall, dead white pine in the woods. The Hairy Woodpecker landed in the same tree, very close to the vireo, stayed for a few moments, then took off.