I heard several woodpeckers this morning, but they were hard to find in the trees, even without leaves yet. Finally I got a good view of a female downy (no red) up on a dead oak branch. She was tapping away, and I couldn't keep up. She was practically hugging the limb with her feet, and I could see, with binoculars, her tail working to help hold her in position. The bark was still on the branch where she was, but it was clearly coming loose - I could hear different sounds as she tapped in different spots up and down and around that branch. I watched her for quite a while, until a blue jay, perhaps annoyed by the tapping(?), swooped down and caused her to fly to another spot.
Here's a pic of a downy I saw last weekend and snapped with my phone camera.
None of the birds I saw this morning were in a good position to be photographed, but here are a couple of shots that I took of scenes that looked particularly beautiful on this bright, sunny morning.
clover with dew
trees, moss & puddle