KAT BERGERON/SPECIAL TO THE SUN HERALDA female pileated woodpecker, her red crest plastered to her head by the snow, isn't phased by the bad weather as she creates a new hole in search of bugs and carpenter ants to eat. Smaller birds often nest in woodpecker holes.
KAT BERGERON/SPECIAL TO THE SUN HERALDA female pileated woodpecker, her red crest plastered to her head by the snow, isn't phased by the bad weather as she creates a new hole in search of bugs and carpenter ants to eat. Smaller birds often nest in woodpecker holes.
KAT BERGERON/SPECIAL TO THE SUN HERALDA female pileated woodpecker, her red crest plastered to her head by the snow, isn't phased by the bad weather as she creates a new hole in search of bugs and carpenter ants to eat. Smaller birds often nest in woodpecker holes.