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White Woodpeckers
White Woodpeckers (Melanerpes candidus)
Humid to dry Sierran Chac forest at 918-1,250 m (3,012-4,101 ft) in elevation.
El 44 Reserva Natural de Tiempo Libre, north of Capilla del Monte, Crdoba Province, Argentina.
Date taken
October 2019
Scientific name
Melanerpes candidus
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A cracking shot and capture of this trio of beauties Stanley, many tfs and a fine set today.
wow!! what a beauty, Stanley!! marvelous photo of these two exquisite woodpeckers, I only managed some distance shots while in Brazil, congratulations, many tfs!!!
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Opus Editor
How beautiful these guys are and a great triple capture of these Woodies Stanley!
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Opus Editor
Oh my Stanley.... what wonderful woodpeckers these are. Very neat in their b/w plumage.

A super picture too my friend. Many thanks lad.
Opus Editor
Brilliant spot and shot ... great work ... Stanley ...
Three amazing species and images ... tfs ...

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