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I saw this on my walk I took in the evening!
Thanks both of you! I didn't know that S Frazier I know now though!
Burrows, holes, nests, hives, webs, tracks, bones, feathers, etc, in short, structures, marks or parts --signs of wildlife-- belong in the same category as the organism that made or left them. I moved this to birds for you :-)
Some days back, I was reading somewhere that the woodpeckers select some trees to save acorns or other seeds. The trees with hundreds or thousands of holes are called granary tree...It may be such a tree
Spotted on Apr 4, 2012 Submitted on Apr 4, 2012
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