Hairy Woodpeckers in North Louisiana
Did you know that hairy woodpeckers will follow pileated woodpeckers or the sounds of them excavating to eat any uneaten insects?
Hairy woodpeckers are often confused with downy woodpeckers because both are black and white woodpeckers. Hairy woodpeckers are larger and have longer beaks.
Hairy woodpeckers are often confused with yellow-bellied sapsuckers because both are black and white. Yellow-bellied sapsuckers have a white patch on their wings.