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Wood pecker holes


Very holey


Chebeague Island ME


I saw this on my walk I took in the evening!

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Scott Frazier
Scott Frazier 8 years ago

You're welcome!

chebeague7 8 years ago

Thanks both of you! I didn't know that S Frazier I know now though!

Scott Frazier
Scott Frazier 8 years ago

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 :-)

Seema 8 years ago

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

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Maine, USA

Spotted on Apr 4, 2012
Submitted on Apr 4, 2012

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