When I think of communities in nature I think of birds. Like the Canada geese flying over Deep Creek Lake in Western, Md., many birds stick together . What is the old saying, “birds of a feather flock together?”
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Of course you also have woodpeckers which seem to be more solitary when it plain site. The woodpecker below was photographed munching on a homemade feeder outside The Discovery Center at Deep Creek Lake Park.
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