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Geocolaptes olivaceus (Ground woodpecker) Both sexes excavate the nest, which consists of a 0.5-1.0m long tunnel ending in a circa 15 cm wide egg chamber. It is usually dug into earthen banks, such as riverbanks and gullies, or in crumbling walls of abandoned buildings or termite mounds.

Geocolaptes olivaceus (Ground woodpecker) Both sexes excavate the nest, which consists of a 0.5-1.0m long tunnel ending in a circa 15 cm wide egg chamber. It is usually dug into earthen banks, such as riverbanks and gullies, or in crumbling walls of abandoned buildings or termite mounds.

Streak-throated woodpeckers are little-known woodpeckers: thru-out the ISC | Arindam Saha

Streak-throated woodpeckers are little-known woodpeckers: thru-out the ISC | Arindam Saha

The Sunda Woodpecker (Dendrocopos moluccensis), also known as the Sunda Woodpecker, is a species of bird in the Picidae family. It is found in Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore.

The Sunda Woodpecker (Dendrocopos moluccensis), also known as the Sunda Woodpecker, is a species of bird in the Picidae family. It is found in Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore.

Ladder-backed Woodpecker - Photo Howard B. Cheek  This is a small black-and-white woodpecker of the southwestern United States and Mexico that forages and nests in cacti.

Ladder-backed Woodpecker - Photo Howard B. Cheek This is a small black-and-white woodpecker of the southwestern United States and Mexico that forages and nests in cacti.

Campo Flicker (Colaptes campestris) is found in a wide range of open and semi-open habitats in eastern Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay and north-eastern Argentina, with isolated populations in Amapá and southern Suriname. Though it frequently can be seen in trees or bushes, it is among the very few woodpeckers that spends a significant portion of its life on the ground. Photo: James Ownby.

Campo Flicker (Colaptes campestris) is found in a wide range of open and semi-open habitats in eastern Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay and north-eastern Argentina, with isolated populations in Amapá and southern Suriname. Though it frequently can be seen in trees or bushes, it is among the very few woodpeckers that spends a significant portion of its life on the ground. Photo: James Ownby.

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