red-bellied woodpecker


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red-bel·lied woodpecker

 (rĕd′bĕl′ēd)
n.
An eastern North American woodpecker (Melanerpes carolinus) having a black-and-white barred back, bright red nape or hood, and pale underparts, sometimes with a pink tint.
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Red-bellied woodpeckers (Melanerpes carolinus) typically can excavate a completed cavity within two weeks (Shackelford et al.
The 28 ringtones include the melodic calls of birds such as the Field Sparrow, the Red-bellied Woodpecker and the Black-capped Chickadee.
Two of these long-term trends are the increase of forest birds and the decline of grassland birds, as illustrated by expansion of the range of red-bellied woodpeckers and the decline of Henslow's sparrow.
Three woodpecker species in Michigan, the downy woodpecker, Picoides pubescens, the hairy woodpecker, Picoides villosus, and the red-bellied woodpecker, Melanerpes carolinus, are the most likely to forage extensively for EAB.
Red-bellied Woodpecker (Melanerpes carolinus): Zebra-backed with white rump and red cap.
Age of first breeding attempts by Golden-fronted Woodpeckers is consistent with that of its congener the Red-bellied Woodpecker, Melanerpes carolinus (cf.
Referred to as primary excavators, these birds include the red-headed woodpecker, red-bellied woodpecker, downy and hairy woodpecker, northern flicker, black-capped and boreal chickadee.
Southern birds like the cardinal, titmouse, mockingbird, Carolina wren and red-bellied woodpecker have moved up here in great numbers during my lifetime.
Belted kingfisher, 7; red-bellied woodpecker, 20; yellow-bellied sapsucker, 1; downy woodpecker, 147; hairy woodpecker, 36; pileated woodpecker, 2.
Then one day a woodpecker with a red head showed up and folks rushed to their field guides to identify the newcomer as a red-bellied woodpecker, once found most predominantly in the Southeastern states.
Joining in, a cardinal, chickadee, red-bellied woodpecker, and a flicker formed a septet.