I'm pretty sure this is a yellow-bellied sapsucker. I don't think we've ever had one of these at the feeders before. I originally thought she was a hairy woodpecker, but the red on the head and the breast markings are wrong.
Kunchok and Francis
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Observado en ejido plan de la libertad (REBITRI) municipio la concordia
Leaning toward yellow-bellied.
Día: nublado y con poca lluvia, temperatura aproximada 20 grados
Conducta: Posado en un arbol busca de su alimento
Extremely poor images of a very rare (for Vancouver) Yellow-bellied Sapsucker. I tried revisiting the area several times for better photos, but could not relocate the bird.
The Yellow-bellied Sapsucker (Sphyrapicus varius) is a medium-sized woodpecker found in North America, Central America and the Caribbean.