Red-bellied Woodpecker

There are several species of resident woodpeckers around Lake Greenwood.

One of those is the Red-bellied Woodpecker.


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Red-bellied Woodpecker at sunset


I stood still and followed this one, as (s)he darted from tree to tree at sunset.


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Red-bellied Woodpecker


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Red-bellied Woodpecker


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Red-Bellied Woodpecker



43 thoughts on “Red-bellied Woodpecker

  1. Such a pleasure to walk through the woods with you, Donna, seeing the antics of this beautiful red-bellied woodpecker. Great photos and great fun. Many wishes to you for a Happy New Year, and thank you for sharing all of your bird adventures with us over this past year.

  2. This is such a pretty/handsome woodpecker, Donna. It was a life bird for me last year, when one made an unexpected appearance in Pueblo, a town south of Colorado Springs. I know they are fairly common in the east, but not here.

  3. What a beautiful woodpecker! Everything has already been said, but I wanted to add my voice of admiration πŸ™‚
    Wishing you and your family a very Happy and healthy New Year 2020. I look forward to sharing more birdwatching and nature adventures this year πŸ™‚
    All best always,

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  5. I so glad you’re back out getting these super images. The woodpeckers are so fun with their bright red hair adornments. Happy birding!

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