Young red-headed woodpecker visits owls’ nest in Georgia, USA


This video from the USA says about itself:

Juvenile Red-headed Woodpecker Stops in Savannah – Sept. 27, 2016

Notice the stocky medium-sized build and bold white patch on the secondary feathers that contrasts with the black of the wing and back? These identifiers provide a great chance to use size and shape along with color and pattern to identify this bird as a juvenile Red-headed Woodpecker!

This young woodpecker came to the same owls’ nest where a wood stork visited as well.

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