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The hairy woodpecker (Leuconotopicus villosus) is a medium-sized woodpecker, averaging approximately mm ( in) in length with a mm (15 in) wingspan. With an estimated population in of over nine million individuals, the hairy woodpecker is listed by the IUCN as a species of least concern in North Picidae. Downy and Hairy woodpeckers are widely distributed across North America. Both commonly visit feeder areas where they feed on suet and sometimes seeds. These woodpeckers are the only common woodpeckers that show a vertical white stripe on the back. Males of both species have a red patch on the back of the head. Juveniles may [ ].

XVIDEOS Hairy milf sucks on big pecker free. This species and the Downy Woodpecker are remarkably similar in pattern, differing mainly in size and bill shape. They often occur together, but the Hairy, a larger bird, requires larger trees; it is usually less common, especially in the east, and less likely to show up in suburbs and city parks. In its feeding it does more pounding and excavating in trees than most smaller woodpeckers.

XVIDEOS Hairy pussy enjoys a long pecker free. The Hairy’s bill is a railroad spike in comparison, and almost as long as the its head. If the bill is not in view—the bird is usually facing a tree, after all—move on to what is perhaps the best clue: overall size. The Downy is a little over six inches tall, while the Hairy is almost 50 percent taller.

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