Black-backed Woodpecker Jigsaw Puzzle

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In today's puzzle we feature a male and a female black-backed woodpecker, also known as the Arctic three-toed woodpecker. The black-backed woodpecker inhabits the forests of North America and is a medium-sized woodpecker. The plumage of these cute woodpeckers is black on the head, back, wings and rump. They are white from the throat to the belly. You can tell the male apart from the female by it's yellow cap. // Image Credit: Joseph Bartholomew Kidd Scottish, 1808 - 1889, National Gallery of Art

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