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 have a wash of red, orange, or rarely yellow on the crown. Overall size and bill size and shape are the most useful characters for distinguishing the two species in the field.
This species is one of the first solitary bees to emerge in spring and people often confuse them for small bumblebees, although their quick darting flight motion is a good way to tell them apart. Males and females look very different from each other. Although they are solitary bees with no workers or social structure they often nest in large groups, which can be quite noisy. Males are pale gingery brown in colour with distinctive cream coloured hair on their faces. These bees can often be seen patrolling areas of flowers in the hopes of finding a mate and chasing other insects off their territory. Once they have successfully mated, they can be seen collecting pollen which they gather on their hind legs and transport back to their nest cells.
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