Marking red-head trees

How to Help

We all play an important role in the recovery of Red-headed Woodpeckers. You've already begun by becoming interested and informed.

Join Us. Join the Red-headed Woodpecker Recovery Program. Add your voice to others who've expressed an interest in recovery.

Contribute money to our education and outreach efforts.

Landowners can manage their lands to improve red-head habitat.

Land Managers. Managers of golf courses, parks and forests promote diversity by teaching their land users and through improved management of those lands.

Everyone can make a difference. Become informed and teach others.

Report Red-head clusters. We want to know about breeding clusters of red-heads.

Save that Snag! Wildlife trees are valuable resources for red-heads, other wildlife and forest health overall.