Acorn Woodpecker Food Storage Area - stock photo
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Acorn Woodpecker Food Storage Area

Acorn woodpecker (Melanerpes formicivorus) food storage area in a dead tree. Acorn woodpeckers depend heavily on acorns for food. In some parts of their range for example, California, the woodpeckers create granaries or acorn trees by drilling holes in dead trees, dead branches, telephone poles, and wooden buildings. The woodpeckers then collect acorns and find a hole that is just the right size for the acorn. As acorns dry out, they are moved to smaller holes. Granary maintenance requires a significant amount of the bird's time.

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Science Source / Scott Camazine

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3401 x 5120 pixels

Print Size @ 300 dpi
11 x 17 inches / 29 x 43 cm

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