- Woodpecker Drumming Style Signals Badass or Bumpkin
- When woodpeckers listen to an intruder's drumming, it's the intensity of the drummer that determines what the listening birds do next, in what might be called a fight-or-shrug response.
- Woodpecker drumming signals wimp or warrior
- Instead of a distinctive song, woodpeckers bang on trees with their bills to create a sound called drumming. The birds use it to communicate when they want to attract a mate or defend a territory.
- 'Woodpecker Airlines' that brew intoxicants: CEA Arvind Subramanian takes dig
- MUMBAI: In an apparent dig at Kingfisher crisis, Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian today said this was a crisis where owners of some 'Woodpecker Airlines' also made intoxicants at 'Eagle Breweries', but did not pay for the mistakes they committed.
- CEA takes brutal dig at Mallya, calls Kingfisher 'Woodpecker Airlines'
- In an apparent dig at Kingfisher crisis, Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian on Tuesday said this was a crisis where owners of some 'Woodpecker Airlines' also made intoxicants at 'Eagle Breweries', but did not pay for the mistakes they committed.
- Is woodpecker spotted in Walnut Creek a rare bird?
- DEAR JOAN: I looked up from my desk to the backyard woodpecker feeder this afternoon and was surprised to see a striking bird with a bright red full cap, a half-circle of white from forehead to throat, and a black-and-white back, almost in stripes.
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