WOODPECKERS

A group of near-passerine birds, 200 strong, found primarilty in forested environments across the globe, with the exclusion of Australia,
New Zealand, New Guinea and Madagascar. Stiff tails prop up their bodies as they hitch up tree trunks and limbs.
Drumming on trees to establish territories and drilling into them with strong bills. Within them, long tongues in which they use to extract insects.

 


Woodpeckers

Acorn Woodpecker

Woodpeckers

Acorn Woodpecker

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Andean Flicker

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Crimson-crested Woodpecker

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Crimson-mantled Woodpecker

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Downy Woodpecker

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Golden-fronted Woodpecker

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Golden-olive Woodpecker

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Hairy Woodpecker

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Ladder-backed Woodpecker

Woodpeckers

Lewis's Woodpecker

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Lineated Woodpecker

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Pale-billed Woodpecker

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Pale-crested Woodpecker

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Pileated Woodpecker

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Red-breasted Sapsucker

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Scale-breasted Woodpecker

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White-barred Piculet

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White-fronted Woodpecker

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White-headed Woodpecker

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Williamson's Sapsucker

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Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

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Yellow-fronted Woodpecker