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Central America, Panama, Cristobal. Kuna Indian traditional molas Featured Piciformes Print

Central America, Panama, Cristobal. Kuna Indian traditional molas

© Cindy Miller Hopkins / DanitaDelimont.com

Animal Representation, Art, Art And Craft, Attraction, Bird, Bright Color, Central America, Cindy Miller Hopkins, Classic, Close Up, Cloth, Clothing, Color, Colorful, Craft, Cristobal, Danita Delimont, Detail, Embroider, Embroidery, Flower, For Sale, Full Frame, Hand Made, Handicraft, Homemade, Indian, Indigenous Culture, Indigneous Culture, Kuna, Kuna Indian, Latin America, Latin American, Local, Mola, Mullins Beach, No People, Panama, Panama Canal, Panamanian, Parrot, Pattern, San Blas, Shop, Shopping, Sight Seeing, Sightseeing, Souvenir, Textile, Toucan, Tourism, Traditional, Travel, Tribal Art, Typical

Red-headed Woodpecker - Eating seeds at a bird feeder Featured Piciformes Print

Red-headed Woodpecker - Eating seeds at a bird feeder

TOM-990
Red-headed Woodpecker - Eating seeds at a bird feeder
Great Lakes Region, Ontario, Canada
Melanerpes erythrocephalus
Tom & Pat Leeson
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© Tom & Pat Leeson/ardea.com

America, American, Bird, Bird Feeder, Bird Feeders, Canada, Eating, Feeder, Feeders, Feeding, North America, North American, S Eed, Seed, Single, Wild Life, Wood Pecker, Woodpeckers

Gila Woodpecker - at Saguaro cactus flower Featured Piciformes Print

Gila Woodpecker - at Saguaro cactus flower

CAN-2017
Gila Woodpecker - at Saguaro cactus flower
Arizona, USA
Melanerpes uropygialis
Feeds on nectar and insects which helps pollinate cactus. Makes holes in Saguaro for their nests which are then used by other birds. Common Sonoran desert resident
John Cancalosi
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© John Cancalosi/ardea.com