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Woodpeckers can be a costly nuisance to today’s homeowners. The noisy, pesky birds will drill gaping holes into eaves, window frames, trim boards, patio posts and siding. And they’re not too particular about the type of wood they attack, be it cedar, redwood, plywood, pine, fir or cypress. 

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Posted in Woodpecker Control By Fran Prisco

Typically woodpeckers live in forests and wooded areas and will drill in tree bark looking for insects; however, they are no stranger to residential dwellings. These amazing birds have hammer and crowbar-like beaks, feet with two sharply clawed toes pointing in opposite directions for grip and balance and along tongue with a sticky texture, all of which help them in their search for food. Determine the right woodpecker deterrent to keep them away from your property.

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Posted in Woodpecker Control By Fran Prisco

Are woodpeckers causing damage to your house? We typically think of woodpeckers as beautiful, vibrant birds that have an amazing ability of tapping their long beaks a million miles a minute; however, the truth is that woodpeckers are a nuisance to many home owners. Typically they are found in forests and wooded areas, but they are no stranger to residential areas, where they will peck on homes, telephone poles or anything wooden where they might find food.

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Posted in Woodpecker Control By Fran Prisco