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Jaculin Bowman

Bighorn Mountains, Johnson County, WY, United States


We were absolutely thrilled to discover this active tree cavity while touring Northern Wyoming. We randomly pulled into a parking lot along Hwy 14, and litearlly walked about 20 yards along the path. First spotting an American Three-toed Woodpecker seemed amazing, but then we saw both male and female feeding a nestling just 6 feet off the path at waist height we were in awe! Later it seemed like a dream, but the photo’s prove it was indeed real!


Feeding Time

Early Morning Breakfast For A Hungry Nestling.

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