The yellow-bellied sapsucker, which spends summers in Canada, visits Maryland in winter. Sapsuckers have been drilling telltale rows of holes in trees around Conservancy property. Bonnie Ott spotted a few of the robin-sized woodpeckers, which drink sugary sap from the tree, and leave the holes for other birds. Bonnie said she’s even seen hummingbirds sampling from the sapsuckers’ taps. Thanks to Bonnie for this intimate portrait of a beautiful woodpecker.