Red-bellied Woodpeckers are common backyard visitors. They like suet feeders. They also enjoy peanuts and sometimes sunflower seeds.
Medium-sized Woodpecker with black and white pattern above and pale gray underneath.
Males have a bright red crown and nape, females have a red nape with a gray crown.
Both sexes have red wash on the belly.
Large, broad, and dark bill.
Insects, seeds, fruits. Forages along tree trunk and branches.
Nests in cavities.
Yes, nest box for a Red-bellied Woodpecker
The Red-bellied Woodpecker can stick out its tongue almost 2 inches past the end of its bill.
The male will tap loudly on metal gutters, aluminum roofs and even vehicles to attract a mate.
Link for more information: Red-bellied Woodpecker