Three-toed woodpecker

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Three-toed woodpecker has been split into the following 2 species:

American three-toed woodpecker species of bird

The American three-toed woodpecker is a medium-sized woodpecker, which is native to North America.

Eurasian three-toed woodpecker species of bird

The three-toed woodpecker is a medium-sized woodpecker.

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Picinae subfamily of birds

Woodpeckers are near passerine birds of the order Piciformes. They are one subfamily in the family Picidae, which also includes the piculets and wrynecks. They are found worldwide.

Woodpecker family of birds

Woodpeckers are part of the family Picidae, a group of near-passerine birds that also consist of piculets, wrynecks, and sapsuckers. Members of this family are found worldwide, except for Australia, New Guinea, New Zealand, Madagascar, and the extreme polar regions. Most species live in forests or woodland habitats, although a few species are known that live in treeless areas, such as rocky hillsides and deserts, and the Gila woodpecker specialises in exploiting cacti.

Piciformes order of birds

Nine families of largely arboreal birds make up the order Piciformes, the best-known of them being the Picidae, which includes the woodpeckers and close relatives. The Piciformes contain about 71 living genera with a little over 450 species, of which the Picidae make up about half.

Wryneck group of small woodpeckers of the genus Jynx

The wrynecks are a small but distinctive group of small Old World woodpeckers. Jynx is from the Ancient Greek iunx, the Eurasian wryneck.

In biology, dactyly is the arrangement of digits on the hands, feet, or sometimes wings of a tetrapod animal. It comes from the Greek word δακτυλος (dáktulos) = "finger".

Black-backed woodpecker species of bird

The black-backed woodpecker also known as the Arctic three-toed woodpecker is a medium-sized woodpecker inhabiting the forests of North America.

Fine-spotted woodpecker species of bird

The fine-spotted woodpecker is a bird. It is a widespread and frequently common resident breeder in much of west and central tropical Africa. It is a species associated with open forest, savannah and bush. This bird has a wide range and is a common species, and the International Union for Conservation of Nature has rated its conservation status as being of "least concern".

Greater flameback species of bird

The greater flameback also known as greater goldenback, large golden-backed woodpecker or Malherbe's golden-backed woodpecker, is a woodpecker species. It occurs widely in the Indian subcontinent, eastwards to southern China, the Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, western and central Java and northeast Borneo.

White-naped woodpecker species of bird

The white-naped woodpecker is a woodpecker which is a widespread but scarce breeder in the Indian Subcontinent.

Lesser yellownape species of bird

The lesser yellownape is a type of woodpecker which is a widespread and often common breeder in tropical and sub-tropical Asia, primarily the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia. It ranges from India, Bhutan, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka eastwards to Thailand, Burma, Cambodia, Laos, Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam. Much of the scientific knowledge gathered about this species is sourced from formal studies in various parts of India.

<i>Picoides</i> genus of birds

Picoides is a genus of woodpeckers that are native to Eurasia and North America.

Himalayan flameback species of bird

The Himalayan flameback, also known as the Himalayan goldenback, is a species of bird in the family Picidae. At the moment very little is known of this species and more fieldwork is required. The Himalayan flameback is not threatened but it is suspected that deforestation could severely affect the species population.

<i>Sasia</i> genus of birds

Sasia is a genus of birds in the family Picidae, that are native to the Old World. They are very small, virtually tailless woodpeckers, with a crombec or nuthatch-like appearance and foraging habits. Their habitat is forest and secondary growth.

Lost River State Forest State forest in Minnesota, United States

The Lost River State Forest is a state forest located in Roseau County, Minnesota. The forest borders the Canadian province of Manitoba to the north, and parcels belonging to the Red Lake Indian Reservation are within the forest's boundaries. The forest is managed by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.

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T√ľndre Nature Reserve

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The dark-bodied woodpecker is a bird in the family Picidae found in southern China. It is usually considered a subspecies of the Eurasian three-toed woodpecker.