Redhead wood pecker
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Medium-sized woodpecker with a large red head and a big chisel-like bill. The back is black with white wing patches. The belly is white and unstreaked.
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Red-headed Woodpeckers breed in deciduous woodlands with oak or beech, groves of dead or dying trees, river bottoms, burned areas, recent clearings.
Red-headed Woodpecker | American Bird Conservancy
Red-headed Woodpecker Identification, All About Birds, Cornell Lab of Ornithology
This striking and unmistakable bird was a favorite of early ornithologists such as Alexander Wilson and Audubon.
Often conspicuous because of its strong.
Description:It has a red head, neck and upper breast. It has a white lower chest and stomach, black wings with a white patch on the back and a black tail. It has a long, strong, sharp bill and black eyes. Males and females look alike. Range The red-headed woodpecker can be found throughout the United States east of the Rocky Mountains.