No, woodpeckers do not eat wood. Woodpeckers do eat grubs, ants, and wood-boring insects which they pry from the wood. Tree sap, nuts, berries, and seeds are also popular with these birds as the seasons change and insect availability does as well.
a spring wood has blossom in it but a summer wood is just green
it is a wood
Wood without knots is called Number 1 B-grade wood. B-grade is a better wood with little to no blemishes or knots.
That is a very vague question. But some of it has to do with what type of wood you are using, how it was cut, and how long the wood is.
No. It doesn't matter how heavy a block of wood is, it depends on the density of the wood. Generally wood floats as the density of wood is lighter than the density of the water, so it would float.
It makes holes so that it can use its barbed tongue to grab bugs inside the tree.
bamboo is the best for a good flexable board, but if you cant get that maple wood is the second best
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Chevrotains eat bark and wood.
termites eat plenty kinds of wood but definitely NOT a yakal wood, kamagong wood and molave wood.
They eat wood bamboo leaves.
No, caterpillars do not eat dock wood. This is because caterpillars do not typically eat wood. However, termites could definitely eat dock wood!