If you haven’t noticed the turning leaves, migrant birds passing through, or even the acorns dropping to the ground, perhaps the woodpeckers excavating holes, new holes, in the trees here at the Museum or in your yard will convince you, fall’s here and winter’s not far off. Besides the holes that woodpeckers drill into trees in spring for the purpose of nesting, they also often excavate holes to roost in during the winter. In fact, they may excavate several roostRead more