Woodpeckers, Chipmunks and Amphibians

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Woodpeckers, Chipmunks and Amphibians
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I believe this is an American Three-toed Woodpecker although I have not been able to find one with a red throat. Can someone chime in?

Caught a good size bite

Northern Flicker, male yellow-shafted. I was lucky to get a photo while he was in a tree and not on the ground, eating ants

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