The answer is, as always, it depends. It really depends on the species of woodpecker although a majority of woodpeckers do live inside tree cavities, on some occasions it is a tree cavity that they create. They will always build a nest inside a tree cavity or in branches and an interesting fact is that other species will inhibit there abounded cavities due to the protection it provides. Another example how nature operates through teamwork.
Woodpeckers are generally arboreal, that is, they reside in trees. Their long, sharp beaks tap tree bark at up to 20 times per second to form these holes to live in, and to remove tree bark to find food.
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