Let each letter you send take flight with our “Nestled Woodpecker” stationery set, where cuteness perches on every page. With a hand-drawn baby red-headed woodpecker tucked cozily in its nest, this collection is a heartwarming addition to any nature lover’s desk.

This stationery set comes ready with a variety of sizes for all your correspondence whims: A5 sheets for thoughtful musings, half pages for those sweet, short messages, and full pages for tales as long as the bird’s famous peck. To wrap up your words in a bundle of charm, we’ve included printable envelopes that mirror the nest’s warmth and matching seals that give a nod to the fledgling’s first flight.

The backdrop is a symphony of floral and fauna motifs, reminding us of the beauty of the natural world. It’s perfect for pen pals who revel in the wonders of wildlife, friends who cherish nature’s artistry, or family members who will be delighted by the surprise of receiving such endearing mail.

Don’t wait for spring to sing its first song to reach out. Download the “Nestled Woodpecker” stationery set today, and send a piece of the great outdoors through the post. Your words, paired with the adorable image of this feathered fledgling, are sure to carve out a special place in the hearts of your recipients. 🌿🐦✉️

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Please download the PDF files for your stationery to print out the correct size. Images displayed here are for preview purposes only. All stationery is for personal use only.  

I use a coated paper to print my stationery off on to to bring out the vivid colors in the design. If you want your stationery to stand out you can purchase it here Epson S041062 Matte Presentation Paper, 27 lbs. Matte, 8-1/2 x 11  I highly recommend Canon PIXMA G5020 Wireless MegaTank Single Function SuperTank Printer | Mobile & Auto 2-Sided Printing this is the printer that I use and I print out a high volume of full page prints that are perfect every time. It comes with a year’s supply of ink for most people. If you are a business you will need to replenish every few months at a cost on average $32.00 for all 3 colors. The black ink that comes with the printer has lasted me almost 2 years.

You can use any weight from (USA) 20 lb. to 32 lb. I prefer 24 to 28 lb. but usually decide on whichever is cheaper at the time of purchase. In the UK 110gsm paper is preferred to print the stationery and envelopes. I still recommend using a photo coated paper for the best results.

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Baby Red-Headed Woodpecker A5 Stationery 

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Baby Red-Headed Woodpecker Half Stationery 

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Baby Red-Headed Woodpecker Full Page Stationery 

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Baby Red-Headed Woodpecker PDT Envelope 

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Baby Red-Headed Woodpecker Envelope 

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Baby Red-Headed Woodpecker Tag Inserts

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Baby Red-Headed Woodpecker 2 Inch Envelope Seals

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Matching Baby Woodpeckers Die Cut Stickers Can Be Purchased Below

Set of 20 Mixed Die Cut Stickers Baby Woodpeckers


Here are 20 fun facts about red-headed woodpeckers:

  • The red-headed woodpecker is scientifically known as Melanerpes erythrocephalus.
  • It’s one of the few woodpecker species that store food for later, often hiding insects in tree crevices.
  • This species is easily identified by its strikingly bold red head, white underparts, and black back with large white patches.
  • They are considered ‘flycatcher’ woodpeckers because they often catch insects in flight.
  • Red-headed woodpeckers are known for their aggressive defense of their territory, often attacking other birds.
  • They have a varied diet that includes insects, fruits, nuts, and occasionally small rodents.
  • Unlike many woodpeckers, red-headed ones often reuse and repair old nests rather than carving out new ones each year.
  • They are one of the most omnivorous woodpecker species in North America.
  • The red-headed woodpecker is the state bird of Arkansas.
  • Their population has declined in recent years, leading to their classification as a species of concern in many areas.
  • They can be found in various habitats, including woodlands, groves, and even human-altered areas.
  • These birds are known for their loud, descending kwirr call.
  • In flight, red-headed woodpeckers are recognized by their bold wing pattern: black with a significant white wing patch.
  • The juveniles look quite different from adults, with brown heads instead of red.
  • They are one of the most skillful flyers among woodpeckers, with rapid and buoyant flight patterns.
  • These woodpeckers are primary cavity nesters, which means their nesting holes are often reused by other species that cannot excavate their own.
  • They have a unique behavior of covering stored food with wood or bark, which is unusual among birds.
  • Red-headed woodpeckers have been known to play a role in the spread of the invasive emerald ash borer because they feed on the larvae.
  • They use their stiff tail feathers for support against tree trunks.
  • During courtship, red-headed woodpeckers perform aerial displays that include acrobatic flights and chase sequences.


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