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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.

Robust Woodpecker, Campephilus robustus: AR/ BR/ PY // birds of a feather

Robust Woodpecker, Campephilus robustus: AR/ BR/ PY // birds of a feather

Male Nubian Woodpecker, Campethera nubica, in Samburu Nat. Reserve, Kenya. This species is distributed widely in Central and Eastern Africa

Male Nubian Woodpecker, Campethera nubica, in Samburu Nat. Reserve, Kenya. This species is distributed widely in Central and Eastern Africa

Scaly-breasted Wood-pecker, Celeus gram-micus: BO/ BR/ CO/ EC/ GF/ PE/ VE

Scaly-breasted Wood-pecker, Celeus gram-micus: BO/ BR/ CO/ EC/ GF/ PE/ VE

Brown-fronted Woodpecker, Dendrocopos auriceps -Devidhura, Uttarakhand, India -male. A med-sized, pied woodpecker w/yellow in the crown

Brown-fronted Woodpecker, Dendrocopos auriceps -Devidhura, Uttarakhand, India -male. A med-sized, pied woodpecker w/yellow in the crown

Amami Woodpecker, Dendrocopos owstoni: only on Amami Ōshima in the Ryukyu Islands S of Japan // www.e-amami.jp

Amami Woodpecker, Dendrocopos owstoni: only on Amami Ōshima in the Ryukyu Islands S of Japan // www.e-amami.jp

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

Red-throated Wryneck (Jynx ruficollis) is an ant-eating specialist with adaptations to assist in the mopping up of large numbers of Hymenoptera (Ant) prey. This bird’s long tongue is capable of extending more than 60 mm past the tip of the bill and covered with a sticky mucus secretion from the salivary glands. This weapon is flicked out at amazing speed to gather beakfuls of ants for delivery to hungry chicks. Photo by Hugh Chittenden.

Red-throated Wryneck (Jynx ruficollis) is an ant-eating specialist with adaptations to assist in the mopping up of large numbers of Hymenoptera (Ant) prey. This bird’s long tongue is capable of extending more than 60 mm past the tip of the bill and covered with a sticky mucus secretion from the salivary glands. This weapon is flicked out at amazing speed to gather beakfuls of ants for delivery to hungry chicks. Photo by Hugh Chittenden.

Yellow-tufted Woodpecker Melanerpes cruentatus - Google Search

Yellow-tufted Woodpecker Melanerpes cruentatus - Google Search

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