Date: 8/24/19 2:54 pm From: Karl Stecher Jr. <kstecher...> Subject: Re: [cobirds] Pileated link
Agree. And wood often splits vertical from pil's holes. Have seen many growing up in Maryland (near DC) and camping and scout counselor in Appalachians in Virginia. Even had them in my back yard growing up there. Once at camp I was chopping wood and a pil came down to see what was going on.
Karl Stecher Aurora
---------------------------------------- From: "Dick Filby" <dickfilby...> Sent: Saturday, August 24, 2019 3:13 PM To: "<joega140...>" <joega140...>, "Colorado Birds" <cobirds...> Subject: Re: [cobirds] Pileated link Hi Joe
Many thks for your post
Interesting, for sure, but for me the holes do not strongly remind me of Pileated holes which are typically much more rectangular in shape, the long side being vertical.
Just my opinion.
DickFilby Carbondale, CO Norwich UK (currently)
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-------- Original message -------- From: "<joe......>" <joega140...> Date: 24/08/2019 20:12 (GMT+00:00) To: Colorado Birds <cobirds...> Subject: [cobirds] Pileated link
The link to webpage does not appear to work so from homepage betterbirdwatching.com just click on text at top "pileated woodpecker tree in CO?"
Joe LaFleur Woodland Park
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