1: Meet the Hummingbird Hummingbirds have long tongues that they use to reach deep into flowers for nectar.

2: Hummingbird Feeding Hummingbirds consume half their body weight in nectar daily, requiring frequent feeding.

3: Woodpecker Anatomy Woodpeckers have long tongues that coil around their brain, protecting it while they peck.

4: Woodpecker Adaptations Woodpeckers have strong neck muscles and a thick skull to prevent brain damage from pecking.

5: Hummingbird Behavior Hummingbirds are known for their acrobatic flight patterns and territorial behavior.

6: Woodpecker Communication Woodpeckers communicate through drumming on trees to establish territory and attract mates.

7: Hummingbird Migration During migration, hummingbirds fly long distances to find warmer climates and food sources.

8: Woodpecker Diet Woodpeckers eat insects and larvae found beneath tree bark with their sharp beaks.

9: Conclusion Hummingbirds and woodpeckers have unique adaptations that allow them to thrive in their environments.