Pileated Woodpecker

Pileated Woodpecker: Bird Identification, Habits, Facts, Nesting

The Pileated Woodpecker is one of the largest and most striking forest birds found in North America. They are almost the size of crows and are known as the largest woodpeckers in North America. They are found in many habitats, including areas near human settlements like parks or even edges … Read more

Pileated Woodpecker
Northern Flicker

Northern Flicker: Bird Identification, Habits, Facts, Nesting

The Northern Flicker is a widespread bird in North America. They are clean and neat-looking with a gentle expression written on their faces. There are two forms – the Yellow-shafted Flicker and the Red-shafted Flicker, and in this article, we’re going to learn more about these birds.  We’ll discuss:  How … Read more

Northern Flicker
Red-naped Sapsucker

Red-naped Sapsucker: Bird Identification, Habits, Facts, Nesting

The Red-naped Sapsucker are woodpeckers that love the sweet taste of sugar or sap. When you walk across the forest and find a tree with rows of tiny holes drilled in tree bark, then there’s a big possibility that that’s the work of a Red-naped Sapsucker.  Sometimes, you can also … Read more

Red-naped Sapsucker
Black-backed Woodpecker

Black-backed Woodpecker: Bird Identification, Habits, Facts, Nesting

Black-backed Woodpeckers, like the American Three-toed Woodpeckers, are not commonly seen birds despite being louder than the latter. These birds are well-associated with burned forests, mainly because of their ability to locate these forests in just 1-4 weeks after a forest fire.  In this article, we will learn more about … Read more

Black-backed Woodpecker
American Three-toed Woodpecker

American Three-toed Woodpecker: Bird Identification, Habits, Facts, Nesting

American Three-toed Woodpeckers are small woodpeckers in North America that are not attracting much attention. They are often quiet, just perching against a tree without any movements, making it harder for any passersby to notice.  In this article, we will learn more about American Three-toed Woodpeckers. We’ll discuss:  How to … Read more

American Three-toed Woodpecker
Lewis's Woodpecker

Lewis’s Woodpecker: Bird Identification, Habits, Facts, Nesting

Lewis’s Woodpeckers are known to be one of the larger woodpecker species. Despite being named a woodpecker, these birds don’t seem to act like one. They feed by catching insects on flight and fly like a crow.  Even their color is different from what you’d usually see on other woodpeckers, … Read more

Lewis's Woodpecker
Golden-fronted Woodpecker

Golden-fronted Woodpecker: Bird Identification, Habits, Facts, Nesting

Golden-fronted Woodpeckers are North American woodpeckers commonly found in open woodlands. They look very similar to Red-bellied Woodpeckers, but what makes them distinct is their golden forehead, where their name came from.  In this article, we will learn more about the Golden-fronted Woodpecker. We’ll discuss:  How to identify them Where … Read more

Golden-fronted Woodpecker
Ladder-backed Woodpecker

Ladder-backed Woodpecker: Bird Identification, Habits, Facts, Nesting

Ladder-backed Woodpeckers are small-sized woodpeckers commonly found in deserts and thorn forests. These areas are almost treeless, making it such a wonder how these small birds live in this kind of environment.  In this article, we will learn more about these Ladder-backed Woodpeckers. We’ll discuss:  How to identify them Where … Read more

Ladder-backed Woodpecker

Red-cockaded Woodpecker: Bird Identification, Habits, Facts, Nesting

Red-cockaded Woodpeckers are small woodpeckers known to excavate exclusively in living pine trees. For this reason, the disappearance of many pine trees caused its tremendous decline, which led to these birds becoming rare and endangered local bird species.  In this article, we will learn more about the Red-cockaded Woodpecker. We’ll … Read more

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