North Dakota Birds and Mammals that Use Dead and Dying Trees

Birds

Wood Duck - secondary
Goldeneye - secondary
Bufflehead - secondary
Hooded merganser - secondary
Common merganser - secondary
Red-breasted merganser - secondary
Turkey vulture - secondary
Merlin - secondary
American kestrel - secondary
Eastern screech owl - secondary
Barred owl - secondary
Long-eared owl - secondary
Northern saw-whet owl - secondary
Chimney swift - secondary
Common flicker - primary
Pileated woodpecker - primary
Red-bellied woodpecker - primary
Red-headed woodpecker - primary
Yellow-bellied woodpecker - primary
Downy woodpecker - primary
Great crested flycatcher - secondary
Tree swallow - secondary
Purple martin - secondary
Black-capped chickadee - primary
House wren - secondary
Eastern bluebird - secondary
European starling - secondary
House sparrow - secondary

Mammals

Squirrels
Bats
Porcupine
Raccoon
Long-tailed weasel
Ermine
White-footed mouse
Eastern chipmunk

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