Black-Backed Woodpecker (Picoides Arcticus) Male With Food For Young (Beetle Larva) In Bill Clinging Near Its Nest Hole (Not Visible) In Burned Jeffrey Pine (Pinus Jeffreyi) Trunk, Mono Lake Basin, California, Usa. This Species' Preferred Habitat Is Burned-Over Forest. It Follows Outbreaks Of Wood-Boring Beetles In Recently Burned Coniferous Forests. | Stock Photo #4141-63766

Stock Photo #4141-63766, Black-Backed Woodpecker (Picoides Arcticus) Male With Food For Young (Beetle Larva) In Bill Clinging Near Its Nest Hole (Not Visible) In Burned Jeffrey Pine (Pinus Jeffreyi) Trunk, Mono Lake Basin, California, Usa. This Species

Stock Photo - Black-Backed Woodpecker (Picoides Arcticus) Male With Food For Young (Beetle Larva) In Bill Clinging Near Its Nest Hole (Not Visible) In Burned Jeffrey Pine (Pinus Jeffreyi) Trunk, Mono Lake Basin, California, Usa. This Species' Preferred Habitat Is Burned-Over Forest. It Follows Outbreaks Of Wood-Boring Beetles In Recently Burned Coniferous Forests.
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