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White-headed Woodpecker -- Picoides albolarvatus More
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care for young

 

 

Kevin J Colver
15 Jun 1990 at 08:45

    Geography
  • United States
    California
    Locality
  • Jones Valley
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  • Forest
  • Coniferous Forest
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  • Thicket/Brush
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NOTES: (RRN: 90-21-22,24-30,33; Number of Animals and Sex: ?nestlings unknown sex, 2 adults unknown sex; Species Sound: infrequent; Breeding Status: breeding; Behavioral Context: several feeding passes made by 2 adults. calls by adults were made sometimes when both parents arrived at nest hole simultaneously, sometimes in alarm at my presence. nestlings are heard; General Climate: cyclic wet-dry; General Habitat: quaking aspen grove; Temperature: 4-21¡C; Filtering: yes) **. Drumming on 25,29 in trees near nest. Adults are foraging in nearby trees and more distant - >100m - trees.

BNA: Begging calls of young are heard, as well as some tapping. CZ 24/02/2004.

[These are the Begging Calls of nestlings (the "peep" of BNA, said to be given by roughly two-week old birds). See also LNS #106545 and Figure 6E of BNA. Quality added (2-3 - maybe 2 in places, but rather busy almost throughout) - CAM - 20 April 2005]

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