Hairy woodpecker the coniferious forest

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Written by Kate Halstead. Posted in Birds and Birding The Black-backed Woodpecker Picoides arcticus is wide-ranging but uncommon in the northern coniferous forest of the US and Canada, with a long finger of its distribution extending southward into the high elevation conifer forests of Washington, Oregon, and California. This species is rare on the landscape, making it challenging for scientists to fully understand its habitat needs, behavior, and life history. The all-black back that gives this woodpecker its name, and its dark head and neck and bulky body shape, are helpful for distinguishing it from similar looking species such as the American Three-toed and Hairy Woodpeckers. The Black-backed woodpecker has two toes that face forward and one that faces back — this species and the American Three-toed Woodpecker are the only two birds in North America that lack a fourth toe. The absence of a back toe likely aids this species in foraging — the bird can pivot farther back while preparing to deliver a blow to a tree trunk, which helps make the blow more forceful.
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HAIRY WOODPECKER | The Texas Breeding Bird Atlas

Length 9". The outer tail feathers are usually unmarked white. Adult: male shows red nuchal bar, often divided vertically by black especially in some eastern populations ; red is lacking in female. Geographic Variation Variation is extensive but generally clinal. About 17 subspecies, 11 north of Mexico. Nominate villosus is widespread in the East; southeastern birds audubonii are smaller, buffier less pure white below, and with less white on the back. Boreal septentrionalis, from interior Alaska east to Quebec, is the largest, whitest subspecies.
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GAP Analysis Predicted Distribution Map

Hairy Woodpeckers closely resemble Downy Woodpeckers but are larger and have much longer bills. Like most woodpeckers it has an undulating flight. Juveniles look like adults, but some have red on their foreheads. They require areas with heavier, more mature tree cover than Downy Woodpeckers and are more dependent on the presence of large trees. They also feed on sap from sapsucker holes, berries, nuts, seeds, and suet.
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Hairy Woodpecker Dryobates villosus This species and the Downy Woodpecker are remarkably similar in pattern, differing mainly in size and bill shape. They often occur together, but the Hairy, a larger bird, requires larger trees; it is usually less common, especially in the east, and less likely to show up in suburbs and city parks. In its feeding it does more pounding and excavating in trees than most smaller woodpeckers, consuming large numbers of wood-boring insects.

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