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Chestnut woodpecker

Chestnut-colored Woodpecker (Celeus castaneus) is a species of bird in the…

Chestnut-colored Woodpecker - Female. They are found in Mexico, Costa Rica, Honduras, Guatemala, Belize, Panama and Nicaragua

Chestnut-colored Woodpecker - Female - found in Mexico and Central America.

Banded Woodpecker (Picus miniaceus)

Banded Woodpecker (Chrysophlegma miniaceum) a. Picus mineaceus, is a bird more often heard than seen; it has a loud piercing call that sounds like someone screaming.

Foto pica-pau-rei (Campephilus robustus) por Luiz Ribenboim | Wiki Aves - A Enciclopédia das Aves do Brasil

Robust Woodpecker(Campephilus robustus) found in Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay. Photographed by Luiz Ribenboim

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A Pair of Hispaniolan Woodpeckers.- a look red neck birds!

Pileated woodpecker

Pileated woodpecker, by Robert Mislan. Jasper and I heard a woodpecker when we were out walking this morning. We have the pileated and the regular woodpeckers here in Florida.

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emuwren: The Chestnut-coloured Woodpecker - Celeus castaneus, is a species of bird in the Picidae family. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. Photo by Bill Holsten.

Banded Woodpecker

Banded Woodpecker - Picus miniaceus - Torng Lim The Banded Red Woodpecker, Picus miniaceus (Piciformes - Picidae) is a woodpecker native to Asia up to 23 cm length. The distribution of this species extends from Myanmar to the island of Java

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Red-Bellied Woodpecker (Melanerpes carolinus), Spring on the front Hackberry Tree. Isaac wanted to express his joy by being a woodpecker, banging his nose into everything repeatedly.

A Cinnamon Woodpecker forages in a cecropia at dawn. The field guide illustrations simply don't do these guys justice.  Photo by Bill Hubick.

The Cinnamon Woodpecker (Celeus loricatus) is a species of bird in the Picidae family. It is found in Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Nicaragua, and Panama. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. by Bill Hubick.

Kaempfer's Woodpecker-endangered Brazilian Woodpecker

dendroica: “ Rarity of Brazilian Bamboo: Kaempfer’s Woodpecker “ Once feared extinct, the Kaempfer’s Woodpecker (Celeus obrieni) was rediscovered in 80 years after its initial discovery.

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