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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 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)

What does cockade mean?

    A cockade is a knot of ribbons, or other circular- or oval-shaped symbol of distinctive colors which is usually worn on a hat.   please visit my sites   http (MORE)
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What habitat does the red cockaded woodpecker live in?

Red-cockaded woodpeckers live in pine forests of the Southern states. Red-cockaded Woodpecker is an endangered species that are mostly found living in mature pine forests fro (MORE)

Why are red-cockaded woodpecker endangered?

Officialy, the red cockaded woodpecker of the U.S. southeast is endangered, but there has been some resurgence of late, and the population is increasing. The species require (MORE)