Woodpecker’s home probe

 

For three days, a Pileated Woodpecker has been probing the outside of my house for comestibles. I don’t think that the bird discovers much, but it is welcome to anything it finds.

A female Pileated Woodpecker checks for bugs around the edges of a triangular window.

Not finding much around the window, it uses its tongue to probe a crack in the trim.

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1 Response to Woodpecker’s home probe

  1. Christine Boyd says:

    Nice closeup! These are among my favourites.

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