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Woodpecker ‘Pileated’ dryocopus pileatus An uncommon year-round resident, requires large breeding territory. One of the biggest, most striking forest birds on the continent. It’s nearly the size of a crow. A pair stays together on its territory all year round. … Continue reading
Wreck centre on the second and third floor. Call Builder/Seller: Woody Woodpecker Cedar 2401
Square Circle being made by a genius woodpecker.
5 a.m. – Amplified knocking sound awakens everyone within a mile radius. This clever little sapsucker has figured out that pecking on the bird houses dotted around our acreage gets his territorial signal across loud and clear.