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Those of you who do wood working, probably know about Woodpeckers.
In the last year or so, they have been coming out with a "One Time Tool" thing.
This month, it's more than less a "ANGLE SETTER".
Didn't know if this would help with the larger rockets or not for fins n such.
They also have some other stuff, check em out.
 

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I thought you meant real woodpeckers. We've only seen a few small ones at the new house, but some trees around here look like Pileateds have pecked/attacked them. I hope we have a few of those around here.

Cool looking tool; never heard of this company before. I'll check them out.
 

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Do NOT follow the link if you have a weakness for nice woodworking accessories! :)

I have a rather sizable investment in Woodpeckers stuff.
 

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I thought you meant real woodpeckers. We've only seen a few small ones at the new house, but some trees around here look like Pileateds have pecked/attacked them. I hope we have a few of those around here.

Cool looking tool; never heard of this company before. I'll check them out.

We have 4 Northern Flickers that visit our suet feeder daily. With it being incredibly cold, they consume a suet cake in about 2-3 days. Normally a suet cake lasts about 10 days. We also have Downy Woodpeckers visit.
 

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I thought you meant real woodpeckers. We've only seen a few small ones at the new house, but some trees around here look like Pileateds have pecked/attacked them. I hope we have a few of those around here.

Cool looking tool; never heard of this company before. I'll check them out.

I know what you mean by the Peleateds "attacking a tree" We used to call the "mulch makers" back home!
 

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I couldn't believe my ears when I heard one in real life the first time. Sounded so much like a power tool of some kind....

I guess for those who don't know about the bird--THIS--is what they do--Tree_damage_from_a_pileated_woodpecker.jpg --and now back to the subject!
 

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