Red Bellied Woodpecker

barnsis

Marquand, United States

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Its common name is somewhat misleading, as the most prominent red part of its plumage is on the head. They nest in the decayed cavities of dead trees, old stumps, or in live trees that have softer wood such as elms, maples, or willows; both sexes assist in digging nesting cavities. We do not see them often near our home here in Southeast Missouri since we live in a clearing in a large hard wood forest.

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