Arizona Woodpecker

h2: Basic Description
The Arizona Woodpecker is a bird that is native to the southwestern United States and Mexico. It is a medium-sized woodpecker that measures between 7-9 inches in length, with a wingspan of around 15 inches. These birds have dark brown feathers on their back and wings, with white markings on the face, neck, and belly. Males have red patches on their heads, while females do not.

h2: Where To Find This Bird
As its name suggests, the Arizona Woodpecker can be found primarily in Arizona. However, it can also be found in other parts of the southwestern United States such as New Mexico and Texas as well as northern Mexico.

h2: Habitat
Arizona Woodpeckers live in arid or semi-arid habitats like deserts or scrublands where they make homes out of cactus plants or trees such as oak or juniper. They live at elevations ranging from 3,000 feet to 6,500 feet above sea level.

h2: Food
These woodpeckers are known for eating insects like ants and beetles which they find by pecking holes into bark with their sharp bills. They also eat seeds and fruits when insects are scarce.

h2: Cool Facts
One fascinating fact about this bird is that it has a unique way of communicating with others of its species by drumming on trees using its bill much the same way humans use Morse code! Another interesting fact about these birds is that both males and females take turns incubating eggs until they hatch – after which both parents will help feed their young until they’re ready to leave home!