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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. Sexes alike. Sometimes stores extra food, like this acorn, in caches by jamming the food item into the bark or wood of a tree. Adults have large red he and a black-and-white body. Like other woodpeckers forages on tree trunks, but also catches insects in air.

As immatures molt into adult plumage they can have mixed brown and red on the head and show black bars in the white wing patches. Clings to fence posts either to probe for food or as a perch from which to sally out after flying insects. Young birds are mostly brownish with black bars on the white wing patches. Doesn't always forage in tree bark. Often catches flying insects in midair, flycatcher style, and returns to the same or a nearby perch. Red-headed Woodpeckers are medium-sized woodpeckers with fairly large, rounded he, short, stiff tails, and powerful, spike-like bills.

Adults have bright-red he, white underparts, and black backs with large white patches in the wings, making the lower back appear all white when perched. Immatures have gray-brown he, and the white wing patches show rows of black spots near the trailing edge.

In addition to catching insects by the normal woodpecker method of hammering at wood, Red-headed Woodpeckers also catch insects in flight and hunt for them on the ground. They also eat considerable amounts of fruit and seeds. Red-headed Woodpeckers live in pine savannahs and other open forests with clear understories. Open pine plantations, treerows in agricultural areas, and standing timber in beaver swamps and other wetlands all attract Red-headed Woodpeckers.

Woodpeckers Order: Piciformes, Family: Picidae. Browse Species in This Family. Need Bird ID Help? Try Merlin. The Cornell Lab will send you updates about birds, birding, and opportunities to help bird conservation. Red-headed Woodpecker Photos and Videos Adult Medium-sized woodpecker with a large red head and a big chisel-like bill.

Juvenile Juveniles have a brown head, a dingy belly, and a blackish brown back. Adult Sometimes stores extra food, like this acorn, in caches by jamming the food item into the bark or wood of a tree. Medler Macaulay Library Florida, October 26, Adult Adults have large red he and a black-and-white body. Juvenile Juveniles have a brown head, but start acquiring adult coloration in February.

Immature As immatures molt into adult plumage they can have mixed brown and red on the head and show black bars in the white wing patches. Adult Found in pine savannas and other open forests with clear understories. Nests in holes in trees. Juvenile Clings to fence posts either to probe for food or as a perch from which to sally out after flying insects.

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