The Red-Bellied Woodpecker is a zebra backed woodpecker with a red cap, and a white rump. Red covers the crown and nape in the male. Its habitat is woodlands, groves, orchards, and in towns. It has a range of the eastern half of the United States up from central Texas to upper Wisconsin. Their diet is mostly insects. It was a surprise to see the Woodpecker at the feeder with Black Capped Chickadees and House Finches.
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December 12, 2011
Birds, Franklin, Milwaukee, Nature, Nature Center, Nonpasserines, Photography, Photos, Pictures, Red Bellied, Wehr, Wisconsin, Woodpecker | Tags: Bird, Milwaukee, Nature, Photographs, Photos, Wisconsin, Woodpecker |