The northern flicker (Colaptes auratus) is a medium-sized member of the
woodpecker family. It is native to most of North America, parts of Central America,
Learn how to identify Northern Flicker, its life history, cool facts, sounds and calls,
and watch videos. Northern Flickers are large, brown woodpeckers with a ...
Northern Flicker habitat, behavior, diet, migration patterns, conservation status,
Northern Flickers aka Common Flickers, Yellow Shafted Flickers (Colaptes
Auratus): Origin, Description, Photos, Diet and Breeding.
Northern flicker Colaptes auratus. Identification Tips: Length: 10.5-11 inches;
Large woodpecker; Brown back and wings barred with black; Black crescent on ...
Jan 29, 1999 ... The Northern Flicker is a bird of open areas and forest edges wherever open
ground is available. This species is also known as the Common ...
The Northern Flicker has a large range, estimated globally at 15,000,000 square
kilometers. Native to North and Central America and nearby island nations, this ...
The "Common" Flicker is a large (11 inches) beautiful woodpecker, often seen on
the ground searching for ants and other insects. This particular fellow is the ...
The Northern Flicker (or Yellow-shafted Flicker) measures 12 1/2"-14" with a
wingspan of 18 1/2"-21". The flickers feet are short with two toes in front and two ...
Northern flickers display two color schemes. Flickers found in the eastern United
States are called yellow-shafted flickers due to the yellow coloration on the ...