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I believe this is a young yellow-bellied
wooded area near a stream
Woke up after camping out to this bird hammering away :)
Photographed at the UC Berkeley Botanical Garden.
Horizontal rows of holes characteristic of the work of a yellow-bellied
Spotted in woods near a walking trail during the Christmas Bird Count
A juvenile that was busily flying from tree to tree in search of food.
Adult male birds have red throats while adult females have white throats.
Mottled back, red and white head, 6-8" long.
Alpine, near the coast
red on top of head and under beak, slight yellow on breast
cute couple of yellow bellied sapsuckers
Three sapsuckers just arrived from the ...
The Yellow-bellied Sapsucker is a mid-sized ...
Sapsuckers are notorious for damaging thin ...
Medium sized woodpecker, black and white upperparts, this one is a male because ...
Sapsucker holes in Lacy Oak
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