Translation of woodpecker in Spanish:


pájaro carpintero, n.

Pronunciation /ˈwʊdpɛkə//ˈwʊdˌpɛkər/


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    pájaro carpintero masculine
    pico masculine
    pico barreno masculine
    pico carpintero masculine
    • The air in the Lake District this weekend was so clear and quiet except for bird calls - buzzards, curlew, woodpeckers, geese and owls.
    • One of the most strongly migratory woodpeckers, the Red-naped Sapsucker travels as far south as central Mexico for the winter.
    • For example, ground birds can usually only walk horizontally on the ground whereas woodpeckers climb up and down vertically on tree trunks.
    • Smallest woodpecker (sparrow sized) and often elusive preferring the tops of trees.
    • The reserve is home to woodpeckers, chaffinches, bullfinches and blackbirds.
    • He hid near nests of black woodpeckers, kingfishers, northern hazel hens and Eurasian sparrow hawks.
    • All other birds, from loons and penguins to woodpeckers and sparrows, are placed together in the third main lineage, the Neoaves.
    • Throughout Europe today the woodpecker is variously called Rain Bird, Rain Fowl and Rain Pie.
    • Mexico is home to toucans, vultures, hummingbirds, woodpeckers, parrots, macaws, and quetzals.
    • The array of birds included a hen harrier, barn owls, kingfishers, sparrowhawks, long-eared owls, kestrels and woodpeckers.
    • We also saw the usual variety of gulls, raptors, woodpeckers, and passerines throughout the morning.
    • Sparrows, chickadees, woodpeckers, and an assortment of other creatures were awake and bustling that summer morning.
    • Carolina wrens, tufted titmice, and red-bellied woodpeckers are other relative newcomers to our area.
    • Brown Creepers spend most of their time on main trunks or major limbs, bracing themselves with their tails like miniature woodpeckers.
    • Unlike most other woodpeckers, Northern Flickers are principally ground feeders, though they also forage on tree trunks and limbs.
    • Our latest visitor, number 138, was a woodpecker, a yellow-bellied sapsucker.
    • Great-spotted woodpeckers drum while chiffchaffs, blackcaps, chaffinches and wrens sing their hearts out.
    • This has been confirmed experimentally in some woodpeckers, wrens, fairywrens and warblers.
    • We did not move the feeder until it had been visited by both nuthatches and by at least two titmice and two woodpeckers.
    • Habitat saturation appears to be playing a role in both the acorn woodpecker and pukeko systems.