Fledgling Pileated Woodpecker being fed by male adult
Downy Woodpecker juvenile males have the red patch on top of the head instead of the back.
Pileated Woodpeckers can be very shy till they get to know you, one tried to land on a log while I was putting food at, both of us had a bit of a startle.
Pileated Woodpecker is one of my favorite birds to photograph.
Pileated Woodpecker, you can tell this is a male by the red mustaches the females are black, also the males red crown comes all the way down to the bill, the females are only part way then there is a mixture of black and yellow.
Downy Woodpecker, all year resident, they bring the fledglings around in the spring.
Downy Woodpecker juvenile. this young male has the red spot on the top of the head, as it molts into adult plumage the red spot will move to the back of the head.
Downy Woodpecker juvenile. these are one of the easiest bird to attract with a suet block, having trees with different levels of decay will have them hanging around.
Downy Woodpecker, Vancouver Island.
Northern Flicker female closeup
Hairy Woodpecker male on mossy tree
Pileated Woodpecker female
Pileated Woodpecker male
Hairy Woodpecker male
Downy Woodpecker female