Noticed this tree was unhealthy last fall, as I was setting up my wood splitting area. New to the property, so I don't know the history on it. I had assumed it was yet another walnut, but looking more closely at it for the first time this evening, I think it's an ash. So much easier to tell after you cut 'em. Lots of holes and damage from some bug. I've seen lots of carpenter ants on it, but they're likely not the initial inhabitant. This has long been a wood stacking area, and the previous owner had a truck-sized pile sitting in the mud rotting for what looked like 20+ years, so no surprise on there being some bugs. Any prognosis? I expect it will die. I do not believe it was EAB (none of my other ash show the signs, and they're not known to be in this area), but I do see a lot of eraser-sized holes! Hand included for scale.