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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One subzero day in January, I watched with rapt amazement as a female red-bellied woodpecker probed the cells of the nest with her long bill.
The red-bellied woodpecker presents an interesting case study of a species expanding its distribution in New York.
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Southern birds like the cardinal, titmouse, mockingbird, Carolina wren and red-bellied woodpecker have moved up here in great numbers during my lifetime.
CBC data illustrate northward expansion of the range of species such as tufted titmouse, northern cardinal, northern mockingbird, and red-bellied woodpecker. DEC's Larry Alden, compiler of the count in Troy, notes that CBCs " ...
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