What are the largest species of woodpeckers?



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    The largest species of woodpecker is the Imperial Woodpecker, which is about 23 inches in height. Sadly, however, this rare species of bird is critically endagered, nearing extinction.


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    The Imperial Woodpecker or Campephilus imperialis, with its bright red crest, is the largest of the woodpecker family, reaching a length of about 23.6 inches. It primarily lives in the Sierra Madre Occidental mountains of Mexico. This bird is feared to be extinct along with the Ivory-billed woodpecker, and if that is so, then the second largest (in America) is the Pileated woodpecker.

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