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A pileated woodpecker clings to an ash tree Friday in search of food. The largest woodpecker in North America, the pileated is nearly 17 inches long with a wingspan of 29 inches and is uncommon in this area. The red marking in the throat area indicates this individual is an adult male. John M. Steiner The Sun

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A pileated woodpecker clings to an ash tree Friday in search of food. The largest woodpecker in North America, the pileated is nearly 17 inches long with a wingspan of 29 inches and is uncommon in this area. The red marking in the throat area indicates this individual is an adult male.

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John M. Steiner

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John Steiner
John M. Steiner.  I have been the photographer for The Jamestown Sun since December, 1991.
(701) 952-8450
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