Woodpeckers are colorful birds found throughout all of the Northern hemispheres - except polar regions - and is known for their strong, pointed beaks, used for drilling into trees for food. Woodpeckers fly with their wings tucked below their body as opposed to spreading out like most birds, giving them a unique and distinctive flight pattern. With bright feathers and the notable sound of them pecking at a tree, it's not hard to find woodpeckers in the wild.
Endangered Animals Initiative
Frontier is dedicated to bringing awareness to the endangered animals within the continental U.S.A. You can learn more about our endangered animal tails here.