Range. - Southeastern United States, from South Carolina and Arkansas, southward.
This black and white species may be known from any other because of the uniform black crown and nape, the male having a small dot of red on either side of the crown, back of the eye. They are quite abundant in the Gulf States and Florida, where they nest during April and May, and in some localities in March. They build in hollow trees or stumps at an elevation from the ground, laying from three to six glossy white eggs; size .95 x .70.
Red-cockaded Woodpecker. Texas Woodpecker