We have red bellied and pileated woodpeckers (could have downy or Hairy too, they are around) going after our cedar-sided house. It’s February so I wouldn’t have thought this was for bugs – there was very little action over the summer even though we did have some carpenter bee damage (that damage is not in the same locations the woodpeckers are currently attacking). I have put out suet and have feeders with mixed seed (safflower, sunflower, peanuts, cracked corn) and meal worms. Typically I only see the red bellied feeding and he goes to the traditional feeder, not for the suet. Any ideas what they’re doing or how to stop them. Obviously it’s winter, so getting on the roof for deterrents is not going to happen (we also have a super steep roof, which would be a challenge in the best of times). The back of our house faces woods and the birds do make their way through the trees (just heard one drumming) so they have nest and living areas, I’m just confused as to what they’re doing and how to get them to stop destroying my house. Any thoughts or help would be great!