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What does a red cockaded woodpecker eat?

Their diet includes around 85% of insects such as ants,  caterpillars, moths, grasshoppers, spiders, and beetle larvae. The  remainder of their diet consists of wild grapes, (MORE)

Why is the red cockaded woodpecker endangered?

Red-Cockaded woodpeckers are endangered as a result of habitat loss, compounded by many other factors. They are dependent upon mature forests with standing dead trees, even (MORE)

What are some adaptations for red cockaded woodpeckers?

The red cockaded woodpecker adapted to life in southern pine forests, because many of the boring insect larva it consumes are found there. The bird makes its home in pine tree (MORE)