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A woodpecker preparing for winter starts by finding a dead tree and meticulously making holes to store acorns. Each hole is carefully crafted; if it's too large, other birds can easily steal the acorns, and if it's too small, the acorns can break and spoil. By the end of summer, the woodpecker's precise work is complete. The ripened acorns are placed in the holes, with a single large tree trunk capable of holding around 50,000 acorns, ensuring the bird has enough food for a satisfying winter

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carpediem · 61-69, M
Then why are they drilling away on the cedar siding of my house? 🤨 The troublemakers....
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anoderod55 · 61-69, M
Fantastic . love my woodpeckers ❤️🌻🌹
Slade · 56-60, MVIP
Heh, she said pecker! Heh, heh
Degbeme · 70-79, M
That is amazing.

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