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Old Apr 25, 2011, 4:54 PM   #1
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Great photos but what is this setting - a dying tree in your yard?

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Great photos but what is this setting - a dying tree in your yard?

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Thanks, Ted. It's a feeding station I constructed from storm debris when Ike passed through here a couple years ago. The main "trunk" has now gathered it's share of bugs that attract the woodpeckers.
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Thanks. I was wondering because normally when woodpeckers start feeding on a tree it means the tree is dying and bugs have moved in to feed on it.
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