The Yucatan Woodpecker looks very similar to the Red-bellied Woodpecker of the USA and is sometimes called the Red-vented Woodpecker.
It is native to Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula as well as to Belize and Honduras. These photos were taken in Yucatan by Alexandra Makhnina.
The male, above, has a red crown continuing to his nape and red at the base of his bill. The long tongue is shown in top row, right.
The female, above and top row, has a red nape and red at the base of her bill, but a white crown.