The Northern Flicker (woodpecker)

I was browsing the net today and came upon evidence of another species of woodpecker that uses the forest – an excellent photograph of a Northern Flicker on the SFCitizen blog. It was taken in the Sutro Forest.

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1 Response to The Northern Flicker (woodpecker)

  1. Rational Thinker says:

    “Yes, Virginia, eucalyptus trees do provide an important habitat for nature.” In addition to the woodpecker and probably many others, the California Parks department protects eucalyptus in nearby Santa Cruz county as an important sanctuary for the Monarch Butterfly.

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