I have a pair of Pileateds I'd like to place for adoption. Though I'm
surrounded by woods with an abundance of suitable trees, they seem to prefer
attempting to peck out a nest in the roof or fireplace chase of our
home...last year to the tune of several hundred $ for repairs...and they are
back and looking for a place to raise another brood. Any suggestions.
Bernard P. Friel
Web Pages - http://www.wampy.com ;
http://www.wampy.com/bn Owl Gallery
> From: Jeanie Joppru <ajjoppru@Q.COM>
> Reply-To: Jeanie Joppru <ajjoppru@Q.COM>
> Date: Wed, 3 Feb 2010 19:52:22 -0600
> To: <MOU-NET@LISTS.UMN.EDU>
> Subject: [mou-net] Pileated Woodpecker - Dakota County
> This sighting was called in to the Detroit Lakes hotline.
> Cathy Porter-Maynard of Hastings, MN in Dakota County reported a female
> Pileated Woodpecker at a suet feeder in their yard in mid-January. The
> Maynard's have a half acre lot in the heart of Hastings. The lot has several
> trees and they have worked to create a habitat for birds. They have had a
> pair of Pileated Woodpeckers in the past.
> Jeanie Joppru
> Pennington County, MN
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