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Downy Woodpecker: The smallest woodpecker in North America. Has a white back, black nape and black wings with white spotting. Underparts are white. Face is white with black stripes. Males have a hindcrown patch that is red. Tail is black with black-spotted or barred white outer tail feathers. Bill is black and short.
Found in a wooden area that has some open spaces.