Gangly and prehistoric-looking, this is the largest woodpecker in the
Gray all over, with a pink blush on the cheeks and a pale orange
bare patch on the throat.
Thin neck and long body give it an
over-stretched, even starved, appearance.
Swoops through the forest in
small family flocks, giving loud rolling whinnying calls and hammering
powerfully on trees.
Source : ebird.org