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David Tanguay

Windham, ME, United States


Pair of Pileated woodpeckers arrived at the occupied feeder. Male hung around for a bit and then left, Female waited her turn and then feasted on the new suet stuffed into he feeder.

Visit From The Pileated Woodpecker

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One reply on “Visit from the Pileated woodpecker”

Rebecca Logan Fay says:

One of my favorites – I saw a family of 5 just outside my Warrenton, VA home. It was a wood area in the Blue Ridge Mountains. There are rather common on Bull Run Mountain, near me in Haymarket, VA. I noticed there are a lot of Princess trees there, they have a very light almost hollow trunk, and the Pileateds seem to love them.

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