It's reassuring to come across two of the juvenile Crimson-winged Woodpeckers out far and at the opposite side of the taman to where their cavity nest was located. However I managed to spot only one being adventurous and already out hunting for food. The other was heard calling and I could sense its movements as it called from different trees unfortunately was unable to sight it, as eventually I had to move away fearful for the pack of wild dogs, being the other not so pleasant residents of the taman, decided to take shelter in this part of the taman.
Walking on in the direction of the third call, I attempted to track the other juvenile but it kept to the upper canopy. And finally the male parent flew in trees away and I was able eventually to identify another flying after it as the juvenile.
It then looked like the parent was trying to get the juvenile to move about as it proceeded to play the characteristic hide-and-seek game with the juvenile (to my dismal as I tried desperately against backlighting to track it).