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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.

Choco Woodpecker - near Alto Tambo, EC - 2/20/2012 | by grallaria

Choco Woodpecker - near Alto Tambo, EC - 2/20/2012 | by grallaria

Lewis's Woodpecker, large North American woodpecker named after Meriwether Lewis. Found westward of the Great Plains in the open woodlands.    www.zuropak.com/photogallery

Lewis's Woodpecker, large North American woodpecker named after Meriwether Lewis. Found westward of the Great Plains in the open woodlands of United States.

The Nubian woodpecker (Campethera nubica) is a species of bird in the Picidae family. It is distributed widely in Central and Eastern Africa, from Chad in west to Somalia in east and Tanzania in south.

The Nubian woodpecker (Campethera nubica) is a species of bird in the Picidae family. It is distributed widely in Central and Eastern Africa, from Chad in west to Somalia in east and Tanzania in south.

Dark-bodied Woodpecker (Picoides tridactylus funebris) is a bird in the family Picidae found in southern China. It is usually considered a subspecies of the Eurasian three-toed woodpecker (Picoides tridactylus).

Dark-bodied Woodpecker (Picoides tridactylus funebris) is a bird in the family Picidae found in southern China. It is usually considered a subspecies of the Eurasian three-toed woodpecker (Picoides tridactylus).

Black Woodpecker (Dryocopus martius) Europe and Asia

Black Woodpecker (Dryocopus martius) Europe and Asia

Banded Woodpecker

Francis Yap Banded Woodpecker Male Banded Woodpecker at Dairy Farm Nature Park (Singapore)

Ground Woodpecker on a Hottentots Holland Birding Tour © Callan Cohen.

Ground Woodpecker: Birding Africa Day Trip from Cape Town © Callan Cohen

Buff-necked Woodpecker Google

Buff-necked Woodpecker Google

Lesser Yellownape woodpecker (Picus chlorolophus), female - photo by Chen (Chaya Sirima), via orientalbirdimages;  in Thailand;  This bird is found in tropical and sub-tropical Asia, primarily the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia.  - info from Wikipedia

Lesser Yellownape woodpecker (Picus chlorolophus), female - photo by Chen (Chaya Sirima), via orientalbirdimages; in Thailand; This bird is found in tropical and sub-tropical Asia, primarily the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia. - info from Wikipedia

Black-backed Woodpecker

Black-backed Woodpecker (Picoides arcticus)

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