An unmistakable bird, the Red Belly Woodpecker is striking at rest and in flight, showing its colors of red, black, and white. Woodpeckers are common in many Eastern woodlands and forests, from old stands of oak and hickory to young hardwoods and pines. This “ladder back” bird with a red cap does not have a red belly like the name implies. Our skillfully painted woodpecker has a red head with a black & white body and features black glass eyes, carved wings and a split tail. It mounts directly to the wall and fits a standard drywall screw. The bird measures apprx. 6” high x 2” wide x 2 ½” deep.