We spent the morning of Monday, January 16, 2012, birding along Yarapa Creek, a tributary of the Amazon (South Bank). I photographed a Cream-colored Woodpecker, Celeus flavus, that was perched in the canopy of a seasonally flooded forest (várzea). Plumage can vary from creamy buff to bright yellow-buff. Like most other members of Celeus, it has a noticeable large crest, and the male has a flicker-like red moustache. The tail and wings are brownish, and the bill is yellow. It feeds mainly on ants and termites. Temperatures were in the upper 70's with hazy skies and high humidity.

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