This video from New York state in the USA says about itself:
The secret to telling male and female Red-bellied Woodpeckers apart lies on their heads. Males exhibit a solid stripe of red on their crown and nape that extends from bill to back. Females look almost identical, except they lack any red coloration on their crowns. Can you tell who’s who in this clip?
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