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Old 01-07-2019, 02:48 PM
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Red headed woodpeckers are getting rare is most of the country. They have to compete with starlings which steal their next cavities. Read headed wood peckers are docile. Starlings are most aggressive foreign invaders that reek havoc indigenous birds. I seen few Pileated woodpeckers at far north fringe of the villages second largest woodpecker. Only the ivory billed woodpeckers are larger, but no one seen one since 1950s
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