Downy Leaping

Jefferson County Open Space, Colorado

In late summer, a pair of downy woodpeckers were feeding voraciously on meullein, an invasive plant with nutritious seeds. In a fraction of a second, this woodpecker leaped between stalks where I photographed before he stuck the landing. Mullein is a species of the figwort family, native to Eurasia and widely distributed across wester grasslands.
Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.

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