Some homeowners with cedar siding or shakes will hear that “tap, tap, tap” of a woodpecker the fall. Hopefully it will be a small downy and not a giant pileated woodpecker as seen above.
Some homeowners with cedar siding or shakes will hear that “tap, tap, tap” of a woodpecker the fall. Hopefully it will be a small downy and not a giant pileated woodpecker as seen above. ROBERT F. BUKATY AP file, 2001
Some homeowners with cedar siding or shakes will hear that “tap, tap, tap” of a woodpecker the fall. Hopefully it will be a small downy and not a giant pileated woodpecker as seen above. ROBERT F. BUKATY AP file, 2001

House-hammering woodpeckers only after a meal hiding in the siding

September 30, 2016 01:04 AM

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