red–cockaded woodpecker


Definition of red–cockaded woodpecker

  1. :  an endangered chiefly black-and-white woodpecker (Picoides borealis) of the southeastern U.S. having a barred back, white cheek patches, and in the male a small tuft of red feathers on each side of the head


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