Hairy woodpecker. … Year-round species include; Downy Woodpeckers, Hairy Woodpeckers, Northern Flickers, Pileated Woodpeckers, American Three-toed Woodpeckers, Black-backed Woodpeckers, White-headed Woodpeckers, Red-breasted Sapsuckers, and Williamson’s Sapsucker. Adult males have a red patch on the back of the head whereas juvenile birds display a red cap. Listening for the high-pitched “pik” of the Downy Woodpecker is another way to tell them apart. These woodpeckers are often confused for Hairy Woodpeckers, since their black and white coloration is nearly identical. Pileated woodpecker … However, Downy Woodpeckers are much smaller, with proportionately shorter bills. Acorn woodpecker. Gilded flicker. Arizona woodpecker. Black-backed woodpecker (drumming) Drumming and quiet calls. The Black Woodpecker’s territorial call is more metallic and higher-pitched than that of Eurasian Green Woodpecker “klee-klee-klee-klee…” or drawn-out “klee-eh” when perched. Other woodpeckers, sapsuckers and flickers. Downy woodpecker. Pileated woodpecker (call) call. The flight call is a series of loud, piercing notes “prree-prree-prree-prree…” but it may also give softer “krük-krük-krük”. Golden-fronted woodpecker. American three-toed woodpecker. Gila woodpecker. Gila woodpecker. Red-bellied woodpecker. They have a black tail with white outer feathers barred with black. The Black-backed Woodpecker's seemingly odd choice of habitat makes a lot of sense when you think about the bird's diet. There’s a large variety of woodpecker species that call Washington State Home, and most of them are found year-round. Gilded flicker. Lewis's woodpecker. ... Foresters call this “salvage logging.” The idea is that, since all of the seeds in the soil burned up, no trees will grow back for a long time, so they might as well cut the burned trees down and replant the forest. Denis Fournier. Golden-fronted woodpecker. A post-fire forest of charred conifers attracts wood-boring beetles and their larvae, as well as other insects, providing a ready woodpecker buffet. American three-toed woodpecker. Northern flicker. Nuttall's woodpecker. Ladder-backed woodpecker . Lewis's woodpecker. These dead trees (also known as snags) are also perfect places to excavate cavities for nesting and roosting. Other woodpeckers, sapsuckers and flickers. Acorn woodpecker. Black-backed woodpecker. Ladder-backed woodpecker. Downy woodpecker. Andy. The alarm call is “kiyak”. Nuttall's woodpecker. The downy woodpecker is mainly black on the upperparts and wings, with a white back, throat and belly and white spotting on the wings. Northern flicker . They also have black spots on their white tail feathers, which the Hairy Woodpecker lacks. There is a white bar above the eye and one below. … Arizona woodpecker. The lineated woodpecker, scientific name Dryocopus lineatus is a really massive woodpecker which is a resident breeding chicken from Mexico south to northern Argentina and on Trinidad. Hairy woodpecker. “This bird [the black-backed woodpecker] screams fire,” said Dick Hutto, an emeritus professor at the University of Montana. Lineated Woodpecker. Massive ‘woody woodpecker’ of tropical forest in lowlands and foothills.