For those new to birding, the name of the Red-bellied Woodpecker makes little sense - the bird's belly does have a red tint to it, but why don't we call it the Red-headed Woodpecker? Turns out that name is taken.
I captured the video below this week. It shows a male Red-bellied excavating a nest hole in a Norway Maple I have left standing in our yard for no other reason than to feed and house woodpeckers. The blue-gray bird with a white face and black cap investigating the hole is another cavity nester, the White-breasted Nuthatch. Looks like he is doing some drive-by house shopping.