animals;aves; Birds; Birds; Deschutes National Forests; Oregon
Lewis' woodpecker is found primarily in the west, and rarely on the coast. It eats insects, mostly caught in the air, fruits and nuts. Lewis' woodpecker also shells and stores acorns in the bark of trees.
Birds; Endangered species; Threatened species; Relocation; Habitat restoration; Partnerships; Military
Prior to European settlement, it is estimated that the red-cockaded woodpecker (RCW) (Picoides borealis) population totaled approximately 1.0 to
1.5 million groups of birds. Its historic range extended from Texas north to Missouri and east through...