The Gilded Flicker is a large woodpecker that lives in saguaro cactus forests in the North American southwestern deserts. They have a gray face and red mustache, looking similar to the “red-shafted” Northern Flicker, but with yellow wings like the “yellow-shafted” Northern Flicker. The red is usually a western bird, while the yellow is generally found in the east. Gilded Flickers nest in holes they dig in the saguaros. They eat insects, nuts, and seeds, although primarily ants.
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