PICIFORMES

Japan 1995Bolivia 2002Niaragua 1981thailand 1976El Salvador 2007
Black Woodpecker
Dryocopus martius
(Picidae)
Black-bodied Woodpecker
Dryocopus schulzi
(Picidae)
Lineated Woodpecker
Dryocopus lineatus
(Picidae)
Common Goldenback
Dinopium javanense
(Picidae)
Northern Flicker
Colaptes auratus
(Picidae)
Japan 1983Sweden 1984Japan 1984Canada 1998Argentin 1960
Okinawa Woodpecker
Sapheopipo noguchii
(Picidae)
Great Spotted Woodpecker
Dendrocopos major
(Picidae)
White-backed Woodpecker
Dendrocopos leucotos
(Picidae)
Hairy Woodpecker
Picoides villosus
(Picidae)
Magellanic Woodpecker
Ipocrantor magellanicus
(Picidae)
Gabon 1964
Lyre-tailed Honeyguide
Melichneutes robustus
(Indicatoridae)
Botswana 1967Niaragua 1981El Salvador 1980Bolivia 2005
Crested Barbet
Trachyphonus vaillantii
(Capitonidae)
Keel-billed Toucan
Ramphastos sulfuratus
(Ramphastidae)
Emerald Toucanet
Aulacorhynchus prasinus
(Ramphastidae)
Blue-banded Toucanet
Aulacorhynchus coeruleicinctis
(Ramphastidae)


White-bellied Woodpecker
Dryocopus javensis
(Picidae)
(PICIFORMES)
Black Woodpecker
Dryocopus martius
(Picidae)
(PICIFORMES)
Great Spotted Woodpecker
Dendrocopos major
(Picidae)
(PICIFORMES)
Toco Toucan
Ramphastos toco
(Ramphastidae)
(PICIFORMES)
Japanese Woodpecker
Picus awokera
(Picidae)
(PICIFORMES)


Woodpecker is distributed over the whole world. It is short-legged, and it is with the form that the second foot and the third foot adapted themselves to the habit that backward, first foot and the fourth foot are limited to the trunk of the tree forward. The tail has a sharp tip firmly and is useful to support a body. The bill is sharp like a chisel and is suitable for a trunk to open a hole. In addition, it is convenient though it draw an insect in it can grow a tongue for a long time from the leather bottom of the trunk. Because they always eat the insect of the trunk, It is not troubled with bait, and most things are permanent residents in winter.

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