Aw, nuts! Lots and lots of nuts!

jazz lady

~*~ Rara Avis ~*~
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Recently, Castro was called out to a house that had been experiencing damage from a local woodpecker. The bird, as they’re want to do, had taken to creating holes in the home’s siding — holes in which to store food for later eating. In this case, that food was mostly acorns. But unfortunately for all involved, the acorns weren’t staying put. Instead, they were falling into the empty cavities inside the walls.

Castro knew he’d find some acorns as he cut into the wall to dig them out. But what he wasn’t expecting was this:


:yikes: :yikes: :yikes:


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I had a special needs woodpecker. Every morning at sunrise he would try to drill holes in the antenna pipe. It was right outside my bedroom window. Crazy bird.