Evolution can't explain the woodpecker! It has too many tools that it could not have gotten gradually or one at a time.
Why Do Birds Mimic Other Species Song?
Author - Malika Harricharan
All birds have their own song and no bird would try to imitate or copy another bird, right? Wrong? Some species actually mimic the calls of other species to signal danger. Other birds simply do it to attract a mate.
The Canary is so-called from the islands from which it was apparently first brought. Linnaeus classified the canary as the Fringilla canaria. Later 19th century naturalists classified this bird as Serinus canarius. Now in modern 21st Century times the Canary is the Canaria species within the Serinus genus in the Fringillidae (Finch) family.