'Flying Checkerboard' a delight to watch
Keywords:redheaded woodpecker, woodpecker, birds, biology, birdwatching, ornithology
Have you seen a 'flying checkerboard' recently? That is one of the names for the Redheaded Woodpecker (Melanerpes erythrocephalus). With its crimson head, snow-white body, and black and white wings, I can see why it is called this, especially when it is flying.
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