Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Woody Woodpecker - Pileated Woodpecker

More Videos: More Nature The Pileated Woodpecker strikes the hard woody surface of a tree at up to 20 times a second and up to 12000 times a day with staggering deceleration forces of as high as 1200 g with each impact. That's equivalent to striking a wall at 16 mph face first each time. Leaving dead trees (snags) in your yard is an important part of providing food and nesting habitat for woodpeckers. View Close-up of Pileated Woodpecker at Suet Feeder
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