Monday, January 28, 2008

Woodpecker Feeding Station



I think this tree just might have bugs.

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10 comments:

Old Wom Tigley said...

Hi there Marvin..
I was out today with Peter and we came across just such a tree... I will post it next week and when I do I'll let you know...

Tom

Lana Gramlich said...

"Pileated wuz here."

smilnsigh said...

-grin- Or you might say, it _used_ to have bugs...

Mari-Nanci

Cathy said...

Last year I had a pair of woodpeckers in my live oak tree. They stripped the bark off the tree until I tied a plastic sack in the tree. They are really pretty birds.

mon@rch said...

Dr. Woodpecker is here to save the day!!! Here to remove all those bugs that Mr. Tree has!

Lisa at Greenbow said...

You just might be right. :)

Q said...

Wow! Those are some mighty big Woodpecker holes! Around here the holes are much smaller! The hummingbirds will use the holes for nesting. A very interesting photo.
Sherry

Andrée said...

HA I guess it won't have bugs soon. I've become concerned about my bird feeder tree: the woodpeckers seem to be damaging it. Bark is disappearing. It is looking worn out. I hope to find a tree such as this in the woods.

lisa said...

Heh...Dr. Woodpecker's "cure" is worse than the disease, sez' Mr. Tree!

Anonymous said...

I'm a breast cancer patient, stage iv, looking for inspiration on an emotionally rough night.

I want to create a small piece of art to give my doctor as a symbol of my thanks as we continue with some awfully difficult treatments.

And imagine my shock in seeing the symbolism here and on other pages, including very old books! Oh - yes, the missing detail, my doctor's name means "woodpecker" in another language. Haha. What synchronicity.

Thank you for a great piece of visualization I can use to get through my treatments and send strength to my doctor! OUT WITH THE BUGS!

-Sylvia