The Downy Woodpecker, a bird characterised by its distinctive markings as well as its perseverance, strength, and energy, is one of North America's most recognised species to both eye and ear. This fifth book in the Wild Bird Guides series offers an illustrated examination of the Downy's communication, behaviour, nesting, feeding, and brooding habits.
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