The Woodpeckers
of Amazing British Columbia

On this page: References for the woodpeckers and sapsuckers, the W entry in Amazing British Columbia: A Natural History From A To Z


One alphabet book cannot tell everything about the woodpeckers. The references below include information about the photographer and links to other sites with more information about the woodpeckers

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Diane Weismiller,
Photographer of the Woodpecker

Diane Weisiller, the photographer of the woodpecker in the book Amazing British Columbia lives in Thornhill, BC. You can see it on the map just east of Terrace.

You can see more of Diane Weisiller's photos on flickr.com


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Other Photos Of BC Woodpeckers

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Books About Woodpeckers In BC

Here is what I read to research woodpeckers for the bookAmazing British Columbia.
  • ____________( 2000) "Woodpecker" in Encyclopedia of British Columbia Daniel Francis (Ed.) Madeira Park: Harbour Publishing. p. 780.
  • Guiguet, Charles Joseph (1954) The Birds of British Columbia: 1. Woodpeckers 2. The Crows and Their Allies. Victoria: British Columbia Provincial Museum.
  • Sept, J. Duane. (2003, 2007) Common Birds of British Columbia. Sechelt: Calypso Publishing. pp. 62-64.
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Links To More Information About Woodpeckers In BC



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