The Great Spotted Woodpecker is mainly black and white. Its front can be white or very pale pink and its lower belly and vent are bright red. The adult male has a red patch on the back of his head.
The adult female, above, doesn't have a red patch on the back of her head.
The juvenile Great Spotted Woodpecker has a full red cap.   Woodpeckers have tongues far longer than their long beaks.
Mother teaches young Woody to eat from the peanut feeder.
She "looks daggers at him" if he forgets his table manners.
Home is a hole in the tree