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The Yellow-shafted Flicker is found in the eastern half of North America, right into the Caribbeans Islands. The Fernandina's Flicker is a native bird of Cuba, and found only on the Island, mostly in the south-western regions. Both these birds are common, depending where one seeks each flicker species.
Flickers are more apt to be seen feeding on the ground as opposed to other types of woodpeckers that mainly feed on the surface of trees. Beetles and ants make up most of the flicker's diet.