THE RED COCKADED WOODPECKER SURVIVING IN A FIRE MAINTAINED ECOSYSTEM D CRAIG RUDOLPH
historymaniacmeganImage: historymaniacmeganDistribution and habitat.The red-cockaded woodpecker plays a vital role in the intricate web of life of the southern pine forests. A number of other birds and small mammals use the cavities excavated by red-cockaded woodpeckers,such as chickadees,bluebirds,titmice,and several other woodpecker species,including the downy,Hairy,..
Red-cockaded woodpecker - Wikipedia
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The Red-cockaded Woodpecker: Surviving in a Fire
Apr 15, 2016Uniquely adapted to live in the old-growth pine forests of the southeastern United States, the Red-cockaded Woodpecker has nearly disappeared as the forests have been cleared for agricultural, commercial, and residential uses over the last two centuries. Today, it waits at a crossroads.5/5(1)Format: PaperbackAuthor: Richard Conner, D. Craig Rudolph, Jeffrey R. Walters
Red-cockaded Woodpecker | Audubon Field Guide
Red-cockaded Woodpecker. Lives in isolated clans, each clan an extended family group, with one pair of adults assisted in their nesting by up to four additional birds. The red cockade for which the bird is named, a small patch of feathers behind the eye of the male, is usually hard to see in the field.