I spotted this female Red-bellied at Eagle Lakes. I completely enjoy watching this bird walk around the tree trunk - it seems to have a little hop and appears to "stick" to the tree. Very enjoyable to watch.
I spotted the male Red-bellied in the same tree as the female @ Eagle Lakes. At first, I thought it was a Red Headed, but realized it was the male red-bellied.
Interesting facts: The most common woodpecker in southern Florida, it inhabits pines, mangroves woodlands and even urban areas. Males have a red crown and nape. The females head is plainer, but it has a red nape and forehead. The red belly patch, from which it takes its name, is usually obscure. It feeds on insects, nuts, fruits and berries, and sometimes stores its food. Common at feeders where it is very vocal and aggressive.