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This is a wireless antenna in California. Network coverage was disrupted by an Acorn woodpecker, a 3 ounce bird stashing an estimated 35-50 gallons/300lbs of acorns.
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Science girl Feb 9
Replying to @gunsnrosesgirl3
Credits;
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Terry McGlynn Feb 9
Replying to @gunsnrosesgirl3
I wonder where this video is from
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Science girl Feb 9
Replying to @hormiga
I found it on Ripleys .com but many people have posted it on to you tube
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Science girl Feb 10
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Martha Bridegam Feb 9
Replying to @gunsnrosesgirl3
Acorn woodpeckers are so amazing they don't seem like they can be real, but there they are. This is a lucky photo I got of an acorn woodpecker busy embedding acorns in an old telephone pole on Fremont Peak in coastal central California.
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Science girl Feb 9
Replying to @MBridegam
That is so sweet
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Michael Coghlan Feb 9
Replying to @gunsnrosesgirl3
Amazing, and funny as heck, though I feel for it... so much hard work storing acorns gone to waste. I’ve been blessed to have seen them at work before, high up in Chisos Mountains, I think. They are such lovely, beautiful birds. Thank you for the wonderful piece! ❤️
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Science girl Feb 9
Replying to @MichaelCoghla12
You are lucky to have seen them in real life. 😊
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bespectacledsparrow Feb 9
One of the fun things about acorn woodpeckers is that they basically live in co-ops! This stash is probably not from one bird but a whole group who gather food and raise chicks cooperatively. So, not a billionaire but a successful commune.
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