Today on my blog we are going to talk about the Red Bellied Woodpecker.
I took this picture in December 2018 at my neighborhood pond right after snow storm Diego hit.
The red bellied woodpecker is in the woodpecker family.
It can be found in open woods and towns and its a resident in south eastern part of the united states. The voice of the red bellied woodpecker is a rolling churr like brief drum.
How you can Identify the Male and Female Red- Bellied woodpeckers
Male Red Bellied Woodpecker has a crown and a hind neck with red. The female has a crown but instead its grey, it has a forehead spot, nape and it has the same variation color on its neck just like the male does.