This dead tree looks like it has had an extensive attack from a woodpecker.
What do you think?
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I just don't think so! The holes seem too 'ragged' (if that is the correct term) Woodpecker holes are generally much neater and do not show the 'fraying' around the edges of the hole. Having said that, I haven't the foggiest idea. Sorry I couldn't be more helpful.
Yep...I see your point. The wood was very rotten and soft...perhaps this contrbuted to the ragged edges?
Lat/Lng: 51.1559, -2.4788
OS grid ref: ST666397
Lower Woolgrove Wood is a small managed deciduous wood which is used for breeding phesant.