“Woody.” Photo: Ron Wilson

“Woody.” Photo: Ron Wilson

Checkin’ in on Woody

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“Woody” appears to be faring well this winter, seen here in trees by the Trail Sk8 Park.

The primary food for a pileated woodpecker is carpenter ants, supplemented by other ants, woodboring beetle larvae, termites, and other insects such as flies, caterpillars, cockroaches, and grasshoppers.

They also eat wild fruits and nuts, including blackberries, sumac berries, poison ivy, holly, dogwood, and elderberry.

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