This bird is very lengthy, having a forked tail. They are pale and dim, generally with more obscure wings and a salmon-hued wash on the midsection.
The shading and example of busted reptiles fluctuate depending on species; the tinge changes with the season, temperature, and light force.
They are majorly found in freshwater streams and any other areas where they can find in freshwater.
They are named red-cockaded woodpeckers because they have red color feathers and black color caps on their head, and their cheeks are white color.
They are significant to medium size birds with white and brown color stripes. They are a little bit smaller and pale than both birds in this category.