|Bay Woodpecker Blythipicus pyrrhotis|
The Bay Woodpecker is distributed from Nepal to south China and southwards towards south Vietnam and the Malaysian Peninsula. It is found in mature, broadleaved forest with dense undergrowth and often with bamboo.
|The male, seen here, has a
long, yellow bill, a greyish brown head with red on the sides of
the neck. Upperparts are rufous with dark brown barring. The
female lacks the red on the neck.
There is a recording on xeno-canto .
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