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Images Dated 26th April 2004

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Gila Woodpecker - In flight landing on nest in Saguaro cactus with food for young Featured 26 Apr 2004 Print

Gila Woodpecker - In flight landing on nest in Saguaro cactus with food for young

CAN-3574
Gila Woodpecker - In flight landing on nest in Saguaro cactus with food for young
Sonoran Desert - Arizona - USA
Melanerpes uropygialis
John Cancalosi
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Action, America, American, At Nest, Bird, Cacti, Cactus, Desert, Deserts, Eating, Feeding, Flight, Flying, Food In Beak, Food In Mouth, Hole, Holes, Landing, Movement, Nest, Nests, North America, North American, Single, United States, Wild Life, Wood Pecker, Woodpeckers

Red-winged Blackbird - adult male performing courtship display Featured 26 Apr 2004 Print

Red-winged Blackbird - adult male performing courtship display

CAN-2247
Red-winged Blackbird - adult male performing courtship display
New York, USA
Agelaius phoeniceus
Abundant in marshes and fields. Occurs throughout USA, much of Canada and Mexico. Forms immense flocks in winter.
Males establish territories in marshes in spring and early summer. Generally nests in thick vegetation of freshwater marshes, sloughs and dry fields. Forages in surrounding fields, orchards and woodlands. Adult males are dark black with red and yellow shoulder patches.
John Cancalosi
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© John Cancalosi/ardea.com

Gila Woodpecker - Appearing from nest hole Featured 26 Apr 2004 Print

Gila Woodpecker - Appearing from nest hole

CAN-2022
Gila Woodpeckers - Feeding young at
nest in Cactus. Arizona, USA
Melanerpes uropygialis
Feeds on nectar and insects in the Saguaro cactus flowers -
helps pollinate cactus. Makes holes in Saguaro for their nests which are then used by other birds. Common Sonoran desert resident.
John Cancalosi
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© John Cancalosi/ardea.com