sapsucker

NOUN
  1. small American woodpecker that feeds on sap from e.g. apple and maple trees
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  • One of the most strongly migratory woodpeckers, the Red-naped Sapsucker travels as far south as central Mexico for the winter.
  • They pierce the base of a flower to get at the nectar, and visit woodpecker and sapsucker holes for tree sap.
  • The largest of Washington's sapsuckers, Williamson's Sapsuckers are striking birds.
  • Some of the more common birds are the northern pygmy-owl, olive warbler, red-faced warbler, hepatic tanager, mountain bluebird, pygmy nuthatch, white-breasted nuthatch, Mexican junco, Steller's jay, red-shafted flicker and the Rocky Mountain sapsucker. Arizona-New Mexico Mountains Semidesert-Open Woodland - Coniferous Forest - Alpine Meadow Province (Bailey)
  • They also visit sapsucker holes and feed on sap and insects attracted to the holes.
  • But by far the most fascinating character of this group was the red-breasted sapsucker.
  • It catches insects in flight and uses sapsucker holes to feed on sap and insects attracted to the sap.
  • Major sap wells were defined as clusters of 100 or more holes on the boles or large branches of living trees and were located by visual survey of the forest and by observing the activity of foraging sapsuckers.
  • Some of the more common birds are the northern pygmy-owl, olive warbler, red-faced warbler, hepatic tanager, mountain bluebird, pygmy nuthatch, white-breasted nuthatch, Mexican junco, Steller's jay, red-shafted flicker and the Rocky Mountain sapsucker. Arizona-New Mexico Mountains Semidesert-Open Woodland - Coniferous Forest - Alpine Meadow Province (Bailey)
  • Wouldn't it be worth it just to go to see tons and tons of pileated woodpeckers, sapsuckers, red-headed woodpeckers?
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