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San Carlos de Apoquindo
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Piciformes > Picidae

Fernandina's Flicker

Colaptes fernandinae

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Identification

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A medium-sized bird of open habitats; often found singly or in pairs feeding on the ground. Its body and tail are largely barred mustard yellow and black. The Northern Flicker is very similar in size and shape, but it has a black crescent across its chest and a spotted belly, and in flight, an obvious white rump unlike Fernandina’s Flicker. Calls include a squeaky sputtering “chee-uh-uh-uh-uh…” and a rhythmic “ka-flick, ka-flick, ka-flick…”

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