What Do Woodpeckers Eat?

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Woodpeckers are usually herbivores. Sometimes, they eat seeds from conifers. They also eat insects. They get these insects by pecking at trees in order to get them out.
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Most woodpeckers do not migrate but stay in the same area across the seasons. However, as seasonal changes occur, they will change their diet accordingly and consume whatever is available
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This is the reason woodpeckers peck at the bark on old trees to find little bugs and eggs that bugs have layed so that they could eat them.
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Many woodpeckers stay in the same range year-round, but as the seasons change they alter their diets to take advantage of easily available foods that meet their nutritional needs.
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Woodpeckers drill holes for several reasons. One is to excavate a cavity for nesting or
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Woodpeckers eat small, bugs, worms, and grubs that they peck out of the tree bark and limbs. Woodpeckers will also eat small wild berries.
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