A woodpecker is a bird with a strong beak that it uses to peck holes in trees. Woodpeckers have sharp claws and a long tongue that they use to catch insects
Woodpeckers live in forests, woodlands, and other habitats with trees
Woodpeckers peck wood to find food, to make nests, and to communicate.
Do woodpeckers harm trees?
Woodpeckers can live up to 20 years in the wild
The most common type is the red-bellied woodpecker, located primarily in the Eastern United States