pileated woodpecker

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pileated woodpecker

n.
A large North American woodpecker (Dryocopus pileatus) having black and white plumage and a bright red crest.

pi′leated wood′pecker


n.
a large, black-and-white North American woodpecker, Dryocopus pileatus, having a prominent red crest.
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Our record for pileated woodpeckers is three at one time.
Back on the path, three pileated woodpeckers, each a foot and a half tall, flash across the trail just a few yards away.
Behavior and Methods of Communication of Pileated Woodpeckers. Condor, (61), 377-387.
Pileated Woodpeckers at Boynton Park Meet at 8 a.m.
Many people reside in Eugene because of the famed rivers that flow through it, the wildlands on the fringe of the city and the critters - such as pileated woodpeckers, great horned owls and cougars - that reside in the southern end of the Willamette Valley.
A final note on woodpeckers and their significance to Peguis--two pileated woodpeckers took up residence in the bell tower of St.
We also see turkeys, grouse, and Pileated woodpeckers. We have lived here since July of 1999, and we are happy with our off-grid lifestyle.
While species like wild turkey, bear and pileated woodpeckers benefit from aging forests, grouse may suffer.
"You know," I said, "I've been thinking that we're going to see a lot more of the pileated woodpeckers."
For folks into birds (the kind you won't be eating later) now's prime time for buffleheads and mergansers, eagles, pileated woodpeckers, and if the weather holds, a flock of nearly 20 noisy parrots roosting in the trees on the east lip of the loop.
He enjoys seeing pileated woodpeckers outside his office window and quadrennially prognosticating about the summer Olympics using nothing more than economics.