There's a red headed woodpecker at Palmer Woods, north side, 42.461656 N 
76.481159 W, first seen attacking a pileated woodpecker who held fast for a bit 
before fleeing. It's been foraging and stashing food in a white oak, and making 
occasional forays to shoo off interloping blue jays. It appears to be 
establishing a wintering territory.

Suan
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