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Great Rufous Woodcreeper (Xiphocolaptes Major)

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Woodcreepers are inconspicous insectivorous birds that hitch up tree trunks and branches using their stiff tails for support. They nest in holes in trees, natural cavities being preferred. The giant rufous woodcreeper has large territories, and is therefore not seen that often.

 

Rio Claro, Sept. 2013

 

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