At the Suet cake

by Don
(Racine County, Wisconsin)

Saw this bird at the suet cake this morning. It spent some time there, sometimes hanging off the bottom of the holder, sometimes on the side.

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Aug 19, 2018
Agree, a Red-Bellied Woodpecker NEW
by: Anonymous

I agree, looks like a female Red-Bellied Woodpecker -- not as much red on the head as a male would have. Also, it might be an immature one, assuming it is not the size of a regular adult. But it does already have the plumage of an adult.

Aug 14, 2018
Red-bellied woodpecker NEW
by: Patrick R

Probably a red-bellied woodpecker!

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