Range Tracking

Indefatigable Soul


The third day of watching the Red-headed Woodpecker brings new insight. Sharp eyes and fast wings help the lone bird catch large insects on the wing, bringing them back to the street light pole for consumption. The bird’s flight through the air is quite manic and incredibly fast as it chases its aerial prey.

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