Red-bellied Woodpecker

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The Red-Bellied Woodpecker is a mid-sized Woodpecker. Adults are light-gray with black and white barred patterns on their back, wings and tail. Males have Red Cap from Bill to Nape whereas Females have Red patch on Nape and above the Bill. Reddish patch on belly is difficult to see.

Food mainly contains insects on tree trunks. They may also catch insects in flights like other birds. Diet also contains Fruits, Nuts and seeds.

They Nest in the decayed cavities of dead trees or in live trees having soft wood.

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Red-bellied Woodpecker, White Rock Creek Greenbelt
Red-bellied Woodpecker, White Rock Creek Greenbelt
Red-bellied Woodpecker, White Rock Creek Greenbelt
Red-bellied Woodpecker, White Rock Creek Greenbelt

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