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  • Nancy Holsten

    Red bellied woodpecker waiting for Christmas....

  • Mo Di

    Red Bellied Woodpecker - had several of these at my bird feeders this summer

  • Lorna Payne

    red bellied woodpecker #HolidayStyle #pets #cute #animals

  • Sheri Burkhardt

    The North American RED- BELLIED WOODPECKER breeds in southern Canada and northeastern United States; and reaches as far south as Florida and as far west as Texas. The male woodpecker, shown, has a completely red head and a belly that is tinged rust. The female has a small patch of red above her bill and a red nape.

  • Preserve Jewelry Studio

    Just a beautiful bird!! Red Bellied Woodpecker

  • Merrilee Larson

    Redheaded Woodpecker or Flicker eta: This is actually the Red Bellied Woodpecker. The Redeaded woodpecker has red all over his head, including the face and neck.

  • billsgirl (Kirsten)

    Woodpecker amongst winter color.

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