Hairy Woodpecker Picoides villosus
This woodpecker has white-spotted black wings and black and white streaked faces. It also has a white back and under parts. The sturdy bill is almost as long as the head.
The male has a red patch on the back of its head while the female has a black patch on the back of her head.
During breeding season the male excavates a nest cavity in live wood. Clutch will contain 4 to 5 white eggs. Incubation lasts 11 to 12 days. Very rarely will they occupy a bird house.
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