Over and over this Red-bellied Woodpecker peeked out the hole then ducked back in.
Finally he came out and inspected a different hole in the same tree.
Back to hole number one.
Then the chips began to fly.
The light colored feathers on this woodpecker are much darker grey than others I have seen. I saw the pair at this same tree the week before and thought their color was different, but couldn’t be sure as the light was poor. Zoom in on the image below to see his face and body feathers.
3 thoughts on “Red-bellied Woodpecker Housekeeping”
Wow, he is darker in colors. Nice sighting and series!
My husband said it is because he is dirty from going inside he tree, but I don’t think so! Thanks.