Woodpecker, Middle Spotted

The middle spotted woodpecker is 20–22 cm long and has plumage similar to the great spotted woodpecker. As with that species the upperparts are predominantly black with white oval wing patches and white barring on the wings, and the underparts are white. The main differences are a red crown, lack of a black moustachial stripe, a pink vent, and dark streaks on the flanks.

Latin Name
Dendrocoptes medius

Photos

Middle spotted woodpecker
On a telegraph pole

When the bird was spotted