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Pileated Woodpecker

Any forest type (broadleaved, coniferous, or mixed) can sustain Pileated Woodpeckers as long as there are trees large enough for roosting and nesting. Pileated Woodpeckers are often associated with mature and old-growth forests but can breed in younger forests if they contain some large trees

PileatedWoodpeckerJim GorumMinnesotaRed forehead crestcapand napeBlack and white barred backsleekroundheadednest in cavitieseats insectsspidersand other arthropodsNatures creationfeathers.