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What could be eating my wood siding ?

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It started with just the corner of a fascia board and now has appeared in a bunch of other places. The fascia is cypress and the shingles are cedar. The only place the damage is being done is on the south or west side of the structure (an "out" building). It looks like it's being chewed. The attached pictures give you a pretty good idea what it looks like.
The house, which has the same siding and is about 50 feet away, is not affected at all.
Any clues and solutions gladly accepted !
Regards,
Rick Taylor
Moyock, NC
  • q what could be eating my wood siding, curb appeal, home maintenance repairs, pest control
  • q what could be eating my wood siding, curb appeal, home maintenance repairs, pest control
  • q what could be eating my wood siding, curb appeal, home maintenance repairs, pest control
  • Susan S
    Susan S Fredericksburg, VA

    @Becky H. - HA HA - I like your "original" way of spelling knawing!!!
    @Kelly F. - Somestimes if ya can't beat 'em ya might as well join 'em, right?? I keep telling my other half that it's an impossible task to try and keep the squirrels from

  • Shannon Moloney

    Woodpecker on the shingles. Not sure about the fascia...

  • Cindy Thompson Carrell

    Squirrels are known to eat wood like that - - and lots of other things around here: swing awning, bicycle cover, shingles...

  • Susan Bechamp
    Susan Bechamp West Branch, MI

    When we moved to the rural countryside, I was warned by a neighbor not to side the shed we were building with manmade wood products such as T-11 siding. Apparently skunks and possums like the taste of the wood glue used in these products. Some

  • Polly Fuller
    Polly Fuller High Point, NC

    a woodpecker did that kind of damage to my shingles when we loved in Indiana.

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