Yellow-bellied sapsuckers are perhaps the hardest to identify of all of Tennessee’s woodpeckers. Their yellow bellies are usually very faint, and almost always hidden from view. Meanwhile the red topnotch and red throat patch of the males is very prominent. The females have a red topnotch as well, but they lack the red throat patch.
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