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Yesterday's sky did not promise spring, and this morning we had snow and sleet. Robins have been visiting the sumac fruits, but the main customers there are our red-bellied woodpeckers.
Lately, they have been rather rough in their foraging, and pieces of the fruiting bodies are scattered on the ground under the trees.
I wonder whether they enjoy these dry, furry fruits, or if they're the last choice here at the end of winter.
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