Here are some more photos from the Prairie Bird Workshop I attended near Fort Pierre, South Dakota. We visited many birding spots in the area. At one of them we saw this Red-headed Woodpecker. It was high in a dead tree so I couldn’t get a very good shot, but in the photo on the right you can see a yellowish spot on the belly. I have many bird field guides and all of them say a Red-headed Woodpecker has a totally white belly. Finally, I looked this bird up in Birds of North America Online and it says, “White underparts rarely washed with variably dull yellow, orange, or red in center of belly, at times extending from breast to vent”.