Thursday, May 13, 2010

granary tree of an acorn woodpecker
granary tree of a Melanerpes formicivorus

ps 12/05/10 - After considering Blue Jay Barrens recent post of woodpecker holes, I'm back-posting this with a quick embedded link above. The tightly packed holes shown above are very different looking than what Steve featured on his blog. I usually see several granary trees grouped together.

ps - 03/04/11 - I edited the above and removed the embedded links, because Steve removed his blog from public access. Interesting idea... Say, do you notice one trunk is totally hole-ridden and the one next to it looks basically intact?

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