An old oak tree in our front yard is a favorite hang-out for a resident pair of red-bellied woodpeckers during winter. They are often seen scooting along the thick branches in search of tiny insects. They also hide their gathered acorns in holes along the branches.
Other birds like to visit this old tree too. I've seen blue jays, cedar waxwings, chickadees, robins, downy woodpeckers and many others perched upon its branches or inspecting the branches in search of food.
This old oak tree needs to be cut down because of the many signs of destruction and disease within its trunk and limbs. My hubby and I have talked about having it cut down, but it's another one of those things that we procrastinate on because we can- seems there is always something more important that needs attention. So, for now, the birds can enjoy it a while longer, and I can enjoy watching them.