|Of course, this is a Red-headed woodpecker. I think this is my favorite!|
|There are more than three of these adult Red-headed woodpeckers that dine here. I only know that because I have seen all three of them here at the same time. It is impossible for me to tell them apart.|
|Making sure the coast is clear.|
The next few pics are of a juvenile Red-headed woodpecker. There are at least two of these cuties too. Their head stay this brown color while they are heading into adult hood.
|On his way up to the snacks.|
|He heard me at the window taking his pic.|
|They love the plain unsalted nuts.|
|Posing. He looks a little like a tiny penguin in this pic.|
|He looks just like a Red-headed woodpecker from the back but still waiting on the red to develop.|
If you look really closely, you can actually see a little red showing.
|The next few are the Red-bellied woodpecker. He does have a red head but it is not fully red. This is called a cap. He has a patch of red on his belly too.|
|This cardinal photobombed my pic.|
|The Hairy woodpecker. Too cute!|
|I have no idea why he is hanging like this.|
|Ready to fly off.|