Wood Roaches for Dinner Again? The Baby Red-Cockaded Woodpecker’s Diet (Spanish)

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Red-cockaded woodpeckers are an endangered species that live in areas from eastern Texas all the way to the Atlantic coast. Not much is known about what red-cockaded woodpeckers eat. Without this information, human activities in the forest could be reducing the woodpeckers’ food supply and threatening their existence even more. To help forest managers protect the woodpeckers, the scientists in this study are studying what the woodpeckers feed their babies.

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