|Posted on April 18, 2014 at 1:05 AM|
Those interested in our pileated woodpecker visits will be happy to hear that the birds have become regular/established guests at our feeder arrangement! Not only do we have a mature adult pair visiting on a regular basis, but at least one sub-adult individual has taken advantage of the suet snacks. In addition to visiting the suet cage on the top of our main upright support beam, they have included the nearby hanging log feeder in their landings. They seem to be hanging around in our nearby woodlot working over a lot of the snags. Hopefully they are considering nesting nearby?! Time will tell.
- Jim Burns
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