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Thread: Video: Pileated Woodpecker Drilling for Insects (Ottawa, Nov. 14)

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    Hello All,

    Filmed this male pileated woodpecker earlier today while out checking cams. Always neat to watch these big birds drill into trees to find some juicy morsels.



    Cheers,
    Justin

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    Beautiful bird! Thanks . I wonder what the future is for this bird ? The ivory-billed woodpecker is now extinct. Saw a pair of pileated in Florida once.
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    Thanks, Sharon. Hard to say. They are fairly common around these parts, but then again, I'm guessing the ivory billed was in its day. Fingers crossed they never run into trouble.

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