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Nature Notebook

Have you ever watched a northern flicker eat ants off the ground, or a yellow-bellied sapsucker lap up sap and insects from a tree? Most people know woodpeckers have strong beaks to help them bore into trees to collect food and make nesting cavities, but did you know they also have other adaptations to help them catch their food.

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