Ladder-Backed Woodpecker are a North American bird who's habitats include areas like deserts, desert scrub, forest and woodlands. These bird's have distinct markings that help identify them amongst the other birds - A male is small with a red crown and whitish face with a cape of ladder like stripes on his back. - The female have a dirty brown breast and belly, they do not have the red feathered cap like the males.
Across the street from our little front yard garden, at the tiptop of the power pole lives a family of woodpeckers. In the mornings while my daughters and I tend the garden these bird's lovely call gracefully echo's around us. Throughout the day a little Tap. Tap. Tap can be heard around the surrounding neighborhood as the adult's gather food.
Purchase Includes: 1 Card + 1 Self Sealing Brown Envelope + 1 Clear protective sleeve