Birds of Reston: Yellow-shafted northern flicker (Colaptes auratus)
The northern flicker doesn't have "woodpecker" in its name, but it is one. And what a distinctive one! Although the black-and-white stripes on its tail are reminiscent of other woodpeckers' black-and-white checks, it's polka-dotted breast is what makes it stand out among birds. Quite fashion-forward.
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