How A Woodpeckers Peck at Tree?

Why A Woodpeckers Peck at Tree?

Why A Woodpeckers Peck at Tree

Woodpeckers Peck at Tree

Woodpeckers earn their name because of their noisy search for food using their hard, chisel like beaks; these birds chip away tree bark to expose insects, which live in cracks and crevices in the bark, and larval insects which burrow into the woods of the tree. Their strong head and neck muscles allow them to hammer at the ferocious rate of up to 20 pecks per second. Furthermore, their unusually strong claws and tails give them a firm grip even on vertical tree trunks.

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