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The red-bellied woodpecker is not technically considered a migratory bird. Woodpeckers build their nests within the relatively sheltered trunks of trees, which allows them to stay warm during cold weather. Because of the recent expansion of their breeding range, many woodpeckers are showing more migratory behavior during the coldest months of the year, moving south to the milder locations within their breeding territory over the winter.
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- Bill Tiepelman
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- Birds, Woodpecker