May 20, 2004
The Spokesman-Review photo

A male pileated woodpecker darts through the forest at dusk, heading for his brood. The adult not incubating the eggs often roosts in a separate cavity in the same tree as its nest. Below, a male pileated woodpecker searches for insects – ants and beetles are favorites – on a decaying stump near his nest cavity.A male pileated woodpecker darts through the forest at dusk, heading for his brood. The adult not incubating the eggs often roosts in a separate cavity in the same tree as its nest. Below, a male pileated woodpecker searches for insects – ants and beetles are favorites – on a decaying stump near his nest cavity.

 
 
 
 

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