Holes in Blue Atlas Cedar tree trunk

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Holes drilled by sapsucker birds (Sphyrapicus sp.) in the trunk of a Blue Atlas Cedar tree (Cedrus atlantica). Photo 1 of 3 was annotated to highlight one of several rows of drill holes; Photo 2 of 3 is the original photograph. Habitat: Landscape planting in a residential community, Fairfax County, Virginia USA.

Tech Tips: The geotagged photos in the preceding gallery were taken using an Apple iPhone 3GS; Apple “Preview” was used to annotate Photo 1 of 3. The photos in the following gallery were taken using a Kodak M1093-IS point-and-shoot digital camera; Apple “iPhoto” was used to geotag the photos.

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