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Woodpeckers of North America

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A comprehensive, profusely illustrated natural history of all 28 North American species of woodpeckers.

The distinctive behavior and sound of woodpeckers make them easy to hear and interesting to watch. Woodpeckers of North America specifically covers all species of woodpeckers found in the United States, Canada and northern Mexico.

Woodpeckers are renowned for their cavity-
Hardcover, 232 pages
Published September 1st 2005 by Firefly Books
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One of the best full size resources for those enamored with this fascinating species.
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Very detailed guide to the North American woodpecker. I highly recommend it to all woodpecker fans and bird lovers.
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Frances Backhouse is a veteran freelance journalist who has written for Audubon, New Scientist, Canadian Geographic and numerous other magazines. Her training and experience as a biologist inform her environmental writing, including her books about owls and woodpeckers. Her other three books reflect her ongoing fascination with Klondike gold rush history.
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