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JUST HANGING OUT FOR A MEAL

(ran West, East, South, Seminole editions)

A pileated woodpecker is in prime position to find insects in a dead oak branch in Lake Seminole Park on Monday. Pileated woodpeckers love carpenter ants and beetle larvae. They use a sharp bill to pull off tree bark and expose bugs. That's where the long, sticky tongue comes in handy.

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