Redhead woodpeckers food
Red-headed Woodpecker The red-headed woodpecker is one of only four species of woodpecker that stores food. It hides food in crevices in trees, under the.
Food Omnivore Red-headed Woodpeckers eat insects, fruits, and seeds. Overall, they eat about one-third animal material (mostly insects).
Description:Red-headed woodpeckers are probably monogamous. We do not know very much about how males and female form breeding pairs, or how long breeding pairs stay together. Some breeding pairs breed together for several years. They like holes in dead trees the best. The male and female work together to drill out the nest hole. The opening of the hole is usually cm wide, but inside the tree the hole gets wider, usually cm.