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Old 10-08-2013, 05:00 AM   #29
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Wood peckers are looking for bugs! Get rid of the bugs and the wood pickers will leave also.

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Wood peckers are looking for bugs! Get rid of the bugs and the wood pickers will leave also.
I agree! I owned a cedar sided house in the woods. The Birds treated it as though it was just another dead log in the forest! What they are looking for is their next meal and the seams and cracks in the siding is where that meal is hiding. Driving the MH down the road attracts bugs. An RV sitting for days or months at a time will as well. Spray for the bugs after a good washing and pay attention to cracks and seams where they can hide. As for the birds that are after the reflection on the glass and mirrors, you have to get rid of the reflection. Mirror covers and windshield covers will take care of that part but covering every window will put you in a cave so another solution would be needed. Some type of screen may be the answer????

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