The larger Hairy Woodpecker (male) on the ground, pecking away at seed, although in Woodpecker pile-driver fashion. Really odd. He went at the small bird tube feeder so hard, he broke a piece off of it.
The little Downy Woodpecker female in the tree, she tried both feeders several times, as well as pecking away at the bark. They look a lot alike, but there is a considerable difference in size and also in bill size. Both of them have odd markings around their eyes which gives them a strange expression.
I have never seen them at the feeders before or since, and it was a bit of a gong show to try to get decent pictures of both of them without scaring one or both of them away.
I'm hoping that we see more of them in the winter.
We had another visit by a Pileated Woodpecker yesterday, very brief but impressive!