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Species Profile: Magellanic Woodpecker

Walk through the southern beech forests of Chilean Patagonia and listen closely for a reverberating “toc toc toc.”  That’s the pecking of the largest known woodpecker in South America, the Magellanic Woodpecker. These birds, endemic to austral temperate forests, are extremely territorial: they claim their territories with sounds, most commonly knocking their beaks against trees. […]