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pileated woodpecker

Dryocopus pileatus


I found this in my maple tree that is rotting and it pecked a TON of wood off of it.


Forests in eastern North America


Some technical difficulties happened with this so that is why the picture is a bit blotchy! I'll try to fix it later. Thanks

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chebeague7 10 years ago

no my camera did not have a cord to connect to my computer so i took a picture with another camera that DID have a cord and did it that way. It still is my photo I did not use anyone else's!

Debbie Stewart
Debbie Stewart 10 years ago

so you took a picture of a picture and uploaded it to a computer you cant upload pictures on to?

chebeague7 10 years ago

I had to take a picture of my original picture on my camera because i didn't have a USB cord to plug into my computer. I still don't have my cord, sorry

Jacob Gorneau
Jacob Gorneau 10 years ago

What a beautiful bird! I love these guys! Sorry to hear about your technical difficulties, are you now able to upload the original photo? Thanks!

bjohnson 10 years ago

Terrific spotting!

chebeague7 10 years ago

thank you!

chebeague8 10 years ago


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Maine, USA

Spotted on Jan 17, 2013
Submitted on Jan 17, 2013

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