A gorgeous male Pileated Woodpecker has been feeding at our suet feeder several times a day for the last week or more. The feeder is only 15 feet from our kitchen window so we can watch him for several minutes at a time. Last evening he was last here at 7pm after several visits during the day and this morning he was back again at 7:30am. When we are outside gardening he zooms by, flying low on sweeping wings, quite a thrill.

Nari Mistry,
Ellis Hollow Rd.


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