How to Attract a Pileated Woodpecker?

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To attract a pileated woodpecker, you need to have melted lard mixed with peanut butter, oatmeal and dried fruit. Then paint the mixture on the side of a tree and you solidify the remaining one. Once it is in solid, cut into bricks and put the solid into its feeder.
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Mature forests, dead trees and "snag", or, a completely dead tree, the woodpecker occupies both coniferous (cone bearing) and deciduous (seasonally) trees. The breeding
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about 8 inches tall,but nearly 18 inches long.
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It's like "love at first sight. We have them too. They have yet to land on our feeders. Now that would be a thrill. They live in wooded areas. If you don't live in a wooded area
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The woodpecker species eat wood and they also eat nuts and small grains. they
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