33 degrees outside - 10:40 am - snowing and windy with a windchill of 24 degrees...
|a pair of Pileated Woodpeckers searching for their breakfast|
Nearly as large as a crow, the Pileated Woodpecker is the largest woodpecker in most of North America. They can get anywhere between 15.7”-19.3” in length and have a wingspan around 26”-29.5”.
Cool Fact --- Pileated Woodpecker pairs stay together in their chosen territory all year round. They will defend the territory in all seasons, but will tolerate floaters during the winter.