The gorgeous Red Headed Woodpecker is so boldly patterned it’s been called a “flying checkerboard” with an entirely crimson red head, and half white, half black body and wings. It is striking at rest and in flight, showing its vivid colors. These birds don’t act quite like most other woodpeckers: they’re adept at catching insects in the air, and they eat lots of acorns and beech nuts, often hiding away extra food in tree crevices for later. Our Red Headed Woodpecker 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. 7” high x 2 ½” wide x 2” deep.