Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Whew!

Whew! Setting up my new blog layout took for-EVER! I've been dragging my feet about it for months for the very reason that I knew it would take too long to set it up. Well, finally it's done. Thanks to my sister-in-law, Jenny, for the awesome new header that she designed for me!

While I gather my wits about me after pulling my hair out due to wrangling with code that I don't really understand, here's a photo for you to mull over. Who might this mystery bird be?

Gimme your best guess in the comments. I promise I'll be back with something more substantial soon!

12 comments:

red said...

FLICKER
Congratulations on setting up a new look.

Caroline said...

Northern flicker, yellow-shafted variety.
Talented and creative Jenny, neat new header. :o)

Meg said...

I guess Flicker also, but don't ask me the type or Latin name or anything else : ) I absolutely LOVE the new header! What a talented sister-in-law!

Happy 2011!

KaHolly said...

That's 4 for a N. Flicker!! Love, love, love the new look! All that code is way over my head!

Jim McCormac said...

Emu, possibly Rhea

Beyond My Garden said...

Got to be yellow shafted flicker.
I really like your new header.I want one.
nellie

Heather said...

You all are sharp as a Sharp-shinned Hawk! There's no foolin' you guys.

@Jim - You get the class clown award on this one. I think you've been spending too much time at the Wilds, seeing too many savannah and open grassland animals.

Monika said...

Heather, the new header is indeed AWESOME. I love it!

Ginnymo said...

I love your header Heather!! Happy New Year!!

Kelly said...

Hahaha...Jim's response made me laugh. Love your new layout and the artwork in your banner!! Really fun..

Judy said...

Wow! I looked at the photo, and said flicker, and that seems to be what most of your readers are saying! I guess a couple of years of reading a lot of birder blogs is having some effect after all...

Heather said...

@Judy - Yes, it is indeed a Northern Flicker. I'm delighted to hear that all your bird blog reading is paying off!