Downy Woodpecker
Dryobates pubescens

f4,5 @ 1/1000, ISO:1000, Nikon D3S w 500mm

"Downy Woodpecker," Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Downy woodpeckers are native to forested areas, mainly deciduous, of North America. Their range consists of most of the United States and Canada, except for the deserts of the southwest and the tundra of the north. Mostly permanent residents, northern birds may migrate further south; birds in mountainous areas may move to lower elevations.
East Falmouth, Massachusetts