24 Aug Cavity Nesting Birds
Cavity Nesting Birds
Cavity Nesting Birds can be difficult to find.
For example, I found this bird by accident because it was far away and hidden behind branches.
It’s an Acorn Woodpeckers, female, looking out of a nest cavity.
Many birds depend upon old trees as nest sites.
So this woodpecker is here to remind us to preserve old trees.
The Cavity Conservation Initiative in Southern California is working with arborists, tree trimming contractors, park officials, and others to protect cavity nesting birds. Learn more about them through the link below.
See more photos of the Acorn Woodpecker at:
Learn about The Cavity Conservation Initiative: http://www.cavityconservation.com
This photo was taken from the patio at the Chuparosa Bed & Breakfast: http://www.chuparosainn.com
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Did You Know?
The most effective way to help birds is to buy land.
Please visit the web site for The Trust for Public Land to learn about what they’re doing.