The Northern Flicker is a woodpecker that utilizes a bird house quite readily. If there is a problem with a flicker pecking a hole in a building, fill the house with wood chips and position it over the unwanted excavation to provide a more suitable nesting location. 17-3/4"h x 9-1/4"w x 11"d. Constructed to last and includes a brochure that describes the species as well as the placement and maintenance of the birdhouse. Handcrafted in the USA from Eastern White Pine.
Habitat: Prefers open country with trees, parks and large gardens; especially in or at the edge of open woods.
Range: Resides throughout the U.S. and Canada.