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Category:Sphyrapicus - BirdForum Opus

Genus: Sphyrapicus


A genus of four Woodpeckers, all found in North America. These are known for drilling rows of holes into the bark of suitable trees, and then return later to drink the sap and eat the insects that are attracted to the sap.


Sphyrapicus is a genus in the Family Picidae.

Genus Sphyrapicus viewedit
S. thyroideus Williamson's Sapsucker
S. varius Yellow-bellied Sapsucker
S. nuchalis Red-naped Sapsucker
S. ruber Red-breasted Sapsucker

Pages in category ‘Sphyrapicus’

The following 5 pages are in this category, out of 5 total.