Before Dawn, At Noon, After Dark

76. A gift before dawn: he sleeps in a hole in a large tree.
77. A gift at noon: he discovers the peanuts we put out on the snowy ground.
78. A gift after dark: I think with delight that he might come back tomorrow.
Red-bellied woodpecker.

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