25 Birds with Red Heads North America (ID and Photo Guide) - Bird Advisors (2022)

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Have you spotted a bird with a red head that you want to identify? Surely it can’t be that hard, but there are so many birds that have red on their heads so how are you supposed to know where to start?

25 Birds with Red Heads:

  1. Northern Cardinal (35%)
  2. House Finch (23.8%)
  3. Downy Woodpecker (23.6%)
  4. Red-bellied Woodpecker (21.2%)
  5. Barn Swallow (11.1%)
  6. Hairy Woodpecker (8%)
  7. Pileated Woodpecker (6.3%)
  8. Anna’s Hummingbird (5.8%)
  9. Ruby-throated Hummingbird (5.4%)
  10. Palm Warbler (3.5%)
  11. Yellow-bellied Sapsucker (3%)
  12. Purple Finch (2.9%)
  13. Scarlet Tanager (2.3%)
  14. Acorn Woodpecker (2%)
  15. Red-headed Woodpecker (2%)
  16. Redhead (1.9%)
  17. Summer Tanager (1.7%)
  18. Western Tanager (1.5%)
  19. Vermilion Flycatcher (0.7%)
  20. Red Crossbill (0.6%)
  21. Cassin’s Finch (0.5%)
  22. Red-breasted Sapsucker (0.5%)
  23. Common Redpoll (0.5%)
  24. Pyrrhuloxia (0.4%)
  25. Pine Grosbeak (0.2%)

Well, these are the most common birds thathave red heads or have red on their heads or throats.

500 birds with red anywhere on their heads were cross-referenced with all 1000 species of birds sighted in North America to give you the top 25 birds with a red head.The percentages show how often these birds were recorded in checklists on ebird.org.

This article gives you identification information and photos to help you identify these birds with red heads.

25 birds with red heads

1. Northern Cardinal

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The bright red male Northern Cardinal is a bird with a red head, body and tail, with black around their faces. They are a great sight, especially against a white winter background. The females are also a little showy with their brown coloring, sharp brown crest, red highlights, and red beaks.

Northern Cardinals are found in eastern and southern states and will sometimes attack their own reflection during breeding season as they obsessively defend their territories.

You can attract more Northern Cardinals to backyard feeders with sunflower seeds, peanut hearts, millet, and milo.

They will feed on large tube feeders, hoppers, platform feeders, or food scattered on the ground.

2. House Finch

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House Finches are another bird with a red head and breast in the males and brown-streaked coloring in the females. Originally only in western states it was introduced to the eastern states and has done very well, even pushing out the Purple Finch.

They can be found in parks, farms, forest edges, and backyard feeders. They can be found in noisy groups that are hard to miss.

You can attract more House Finches to backyard feeders with black oil sunflower seeds or nyjer seeds in tube feeders or platform feeders.

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3. Downy Woodpecker

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Downy Woodpeckers are small birds that are common at backyard feeders. They are common across most states.

This bird has a red head patch at the back of their heads in the males. Male and females woodpeckers look different. Males often have a red patch.

They are often mixed in with other birds such as chickadees and nuthatches. They have black and white coloring. They look similar to the Hairy Woodpecker.

To attract more Downy Woodpeckers to your backyard try suet feeders but they will also eat black oil sunflower seeds, millet, and peanuts on platform feeders.

4. Red-bellied Woodpecker

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Red-bellied Woodpeckers have a pale red belly that can be difficult to spot. This bird with a red head and nape also has a black-and-white striped back.

They are found in Eastern states. They make a loud call in spring and summer and are found in woods and forests, especially with deadwood. They are a woodpecker that migrates.

You can attract more Red-bellied Woodpeckers with suet feeders and they will sometimes feed on hummingbird feeders.

5. Barn Swallow

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Barn Swallows have rusty red faces and tawny underparts and blue backs, wings, and tails. They breed across most of North America before migrating south for the winter.

They are usually found darting over fields and open water in search of food and make mud nests in human-made structures, such as barns.

You can attract more Barn Swallows to your backyard with ground-up eggshells on a platform feeder or by providing a suitable place to nest by leaving an outbuilding or barn door open.

6. Hairy Woodpecker

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The Hairy Woodpecker can be found across most of North America. These black and white birds have a red spot on their heads.

They are slightly larger than their look alike the Downy Woodpecker. They can be found in large trees and can be heard tapping if you listen for them.

Woodpeckers are fascinating and there are many interesting woodpecker facts to learn.

You can attract more Hairy Woodpeckers with suet feeders, especially in winter.

7. Pileated Woodpecker

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The Pileated Woodpecker has a red head in the form of a bright red crest against a predominantly black body with white stripes. It can be found in Eastern states and along the coast in the north-west.

It is a large bird being nearly the size of a crow and prefers dead wood to forage for carpenter ants. You can attract more Pileated Woodpeckers with suet feeders.

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8. Anna’s Hummingbird

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Anna’s Hummingbirds have rose-pink throats and emerald green across most of their bodies in the male. Females hummingbirds are less colorful.

They are about the size of a ping-pong ball and will often be found at hummingbird feeders or plant large colorful blossoms to attract hummingbirds in spring.

They are common along the Pacific Coast and they make a fantastic diving display during the breeding season with the males diving near vertically.

9. Ruby-throated Hummingbird

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The Ruby-throated Hummingbird is predominantly green with a red flash of ruby at the throat in the male. Male and females hummingbirds are different with females being less brightly colored.

They breed in eastern states before migrating south.

They can be found in flower gardens or woodland edges and often visit hummingbird feeders. Hummingbirds feed on tubular flowers such as trumpet creepers or cardinal flowers, honeysuckle, jewelweed, bee-balm, red buckeye and red morning glory. They also fed on insects.

10. Palm Warbler

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The palm warbler has a rusty red patch on the top of their heads and is a browny-olive color on the back and yellow underneath over the rest of its body. The breed in Canada but can be found in eastern states during the migration and all year along the far south coast and Florida.

Spring and fall is the best time to spot warblers in weedy fields, forest edges, and scrubby areas. They are often found foraging along the ground for insects, mixed in with other birds such as Sparrows, Juncos, and Yellow-rumped Warblers.

11. Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

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Yellow-bellied Sapsuckers are black and white birds with a red patch on the top of their heads and throat and with a pale yellow belly.

They breed in the far north and Canada and winter in the southeast. They can be spotted in forests and leave tail-tale rows of shallow holes in tree bark where they have been eating sap using their brush-tipped tongue. They may visit suet feeders.

12. Purple Finch

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Purple Finch look very similar to House Finch with the reddish-purple head and breast with more brown on the back and wings.

They breed in Canada and overwinter in eastern states but can be found all year in the north-east are Pacific coast. They readily come to feeders for black oil sunflower seeds.

13. Scarlet Tanager

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Scarlet Tanagers are birds with red heads and bodies, that is very bright, and with black wings and tail. They breed in eastern forests in summer before migrating to South America.

Scarlet Tanagers can be hard to spot as they stay high in the forest canopy.

You can attract more Scarlet Tanagers by planting berry plants such as blackberries, raspberries, huckleberries, juneberries, serviceberries, mulberries, strawberries and chokeberries.

14. Acorn Woodpecker

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Acorn Woodpeckers have bright red crests, white faces, black backs, and whiteish-black underparts. Their range is small in North America just some areas in southern states and a little along the California coast.

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They live in large groups in western oak woodlands and store thousands of acorns by jamming them into the specially made holes in trees. There are quite a few interesting and gross facts about Acorn woodpeckers.

They make loud parrot-like squarks from the top of trees. They may visit seed and suet feeders.

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15. Red-headed Woodpecker

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Red-headed Woodpeckers are birds with red heads as their name would suggest. They have white bodies and white and black wings. They can be found all year in eastern states and breed but migrate from the far north-west of their range for winter.

They can be found in open woodlots and dead timber in swamps or pine savannas. They store food such as insects and seeds in cracks in wood or under bark or roof shingles.

They are fierce defenders of their territory and will even remove or puncture the eggs of other species’ nests. Red-headed Woodpeckers can be attracted with suet feeders and fruit.

16. Redhead

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The Redhead duck has a reddish-brown head, black breast and tail, and grey body.

They can be found across all states especially in winter where they can be found in flocks numbering the thousands, especially along the Gulf Coast.

In summer they can be found nesting in reedy ponds of the Great Plains and West.

17. Summer Tanager

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Summer Tanager males are bright red all over, with the females being yellow. They breed in southern and eastern states before heading to Central and South America for winter.

They are forest songbirds and can be found in open woodlands and feed on bees and wasps in mid-flight. They catch them and kill them by beating them against a branch and rubs the stinger off before eating them.

You can attract more Summer Tanagers to your backyard with berry bushes and fruit trees.

18.Western Tanager

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Western Tanagers have a flaming orange-red head, yellow body, and black wings. they can be found all over western states breeding towards the north and then migrating south for winter.

They live in open conifer forests but stay hidden in the canopy, despite their bright coloring. The red coloring probably comes from eating insects that produce a pigment that the Western Tanagers cannot produce themselves.

You can attract Western Tanagers with dried fruit, cut oranges, and other fruits from bird feeders.

19. Vermilion Flycatcher

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The Vermilion Flycatcher has a bright red crest and throat and breast and black along the back and wings with a black eye stripe.

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They can be found all year in the far south in desert landscapes catching insects or sitting on exposed perches.

They are fairly common in the southwest but also along the Gulf Coast in smaller numbers.

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20. Red Crossbill

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Red Crossbill males are brick red overall with darker wings and tails. They can be found year-round in northern and western states and in winter in eastern states.

They feed on conifer seeds and forage in flocks from tree to tree, even breaking unopened cones with their powerful beaks. As well as coniferous forests they can be found along roadsides consuming grit in the mornings.

21. Cassin’s Finch

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Cassin’s Finches have a red crown and rosy pink head and breast with whiteish belly and brown back and wings. they can be found in mountain forests in western states foraging in flocks for seeds.

They are not as common in backyards as House or Purple Finches but they may be attracted with sunflower seed feeders especially in winter or fruiting shrubs such as cotoneaster, mulberries, firethorn, grape and apple.

22. Red-breasted Sapsucker

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Red-breasted Sapsuckers are birds with red heads and breasts with black and white backs and wings and off-white bellies. They can be found along the Pacific Coast all year primarily in coniferous forests.

They make holes in trees to drink the sap and then hummingbirds will make use of them to also feed. They also eat fruit and insects.

23. Common Redpoll

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Common Redpolls have red foreheads, pinky breasts, and are brown and white over the rest of their bodies. They can be found in winter in northern states and less frequently in central states.

In winter they will sometimes tunnel into the snow to stay warm during the night. They can eat up to 42% of their body mass every day and can store up to 2 grams of seeds in a stretchy park of their esophagus.

They can be found in weedy fields or feeding on catkins in trees but they will also come to feeders for small seeds such as nyjer seeds or thistle.

24. Pyrrhuloxia

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Pyrrhuloxia males are grey with red accents to the face, crest and have red running down the breast and tail. They are residents of the hot deserts of the southwest.

During the breeding season, they fiercely defend their territory but in winter they can be found in flocks of up to 1000.

Pyrrhuloxia feed on seeds but also insects and can be found at feeders with sunflower seeds but more often prefer them scattered on the ground.

25. Pine Grosbeak

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Pine Grosbeaks are a species of finch with the males having red heads, breasts, and backs and grey over the rest of their bodies and wings. They are large for finches and relatively slow.

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They can be found in parts of the West during summer in open spruce and pine forests, or in winter in northern states. You can attract Pine Grosbeaks to black oil sunflower seed feeders in winter in the northern states.

Conclusion

As you can see there are many birds with red heads, but this list should help you start to identify any birds with a red head that you spot.

FAQs

What is the name of the bird with a red head? ›

The bright red male Northern Cardinal is a bird with a red head, body and tail, with black around their faces. They are a great sight, especially against a white winter background.

What kind of bird that has a red head and small? ›

House Finch: the brown small bird with red head and breast

This is it! If you saw several small streaky gray-brown birds, some with bright reddish-orange forehead, breast, and rump at your seed feeder, this is probably your bird.

What looks like a sparrow but has a red head? ›

If you catch any glimpses of red, then you can be fairly sure you've just seen a House Finch. The males of this species have red faces, breasts, and rumps. By contrast, House Sparrow males have gray heads, whitish cheeks, and a black bib under the chin.

What bird has a red patch on back of head? ›

Downy Woodpecker (Male)

At just 6 to 7 inches long, these birds can be difficult to spot, but they are common in forests, urban areas, parks, and other habitats. Male downy woodpeckers feature a bright red patch on the back of the head.

What large birds have red heads? ›

Turkey Vultures appear black from a distance but up close are dark brown with a featherless red head and pale bill.

What is a gray bird with a redhead? ›

Pine Grosbeak – Pinicola enucleator

Facially, these birds are red, with a gray mask and a conical, often stubby dark gray to black bill. Females and juveniles will be mostly gray, with touches of yellow, red, and orange to their plumage.

What is a black and white bird with a red head? ›

Adult. Medium-sized woodpecker with a large red head and a big chisel-like bill. The back is black with white wing patches. The belly is white and unstreaked.

What Wren has a red head? ›

You will notice that the Logan Wren has the coloring of a normal Wren except for its head that is red.

What kind of bird has a red head white body and black wings? ›

The gorgeous Red-headed Woodpecker is so boldly patterned it's been called a “flying checkerboard,” with an entirely crimson head, a snow-white body, and half white, half inky black wings.

What does it mean when a House Finch visits you? ›

A finch encounter may also act as a reminder to follow your joy wherever it may take you. Finches flutter through the sky proclaiming their joy through song. Encountering a finch may be a reminder to seek out the paths in your life that fill you with a sense of freedom, opportunity, and happiness.

Do some sparrows have red heads? ›

The sparrow-like bird with red head is pretty common and their widespread population is enough for them to be a species of Least Concern for the IUCN.

Is there a red finch bird? ›

Red finches are birds that live throughout the United States and down into Mexico. These tiny birds have a beautiful song full of trills, chirps and rolling warbles. The male red finch is notable for the bright red feathers on his head and breast.

What birds have red heads and brown bodies? ›

As well as their red heads, male Cassin's finches are predominantly brown with a light brushing of pink throughout their feathers. The females, however, are light-brown all over with darker brown streaks across the body. The average length of a Cassin's finch is 6.3” and the average wingspan is 9.8-10.6”.

Do flickers have red heads? ›

Red-shafted Flickers have gray heads, throats, and napes, and their foreheads are brown. Male Red-shafted Flickers have red moustaches; the moustaches of females are pale brown.

What bird looks like a woodpecker but bigger? ›

Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

The Yellow-bellied Sapsuckers are also slightly larger with a longer bill, a bigger red crown on its head, as well as red on the throat that the downy lacks. The yellow-bellied sapsucker also has a pale yellow breast which sets it apart from the Downy. Range: Eastern North America.

Is there a hawk with a redhead? ›

Hawks do not have red heads. If you see a bird of prey with a red head, it is most likely a turkey vulture. Turkey vultures are very similar in size to red-tailed hawks. However, vultures tend to wobble when they fly- hawks have a steadier flight.

What kind of bird has a red head and neck? ›

Common Redpoll
AppearanceThe common redpoll is a small bird about 5″ long. It's a heavily streaked bird with a bright red crown, a black spot beneath the chin, and raspberry splotch on its chest. The female is similar except without the raspberry chest.
HabitatOpen areas lined with trees.
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Are there Hawks with red heads? ›

Red-shouldered hawks have rusty, copper-colored heads and a distinctive white crescent on the tip of each wing. Cooper's hawks are more difficult to spot because of their stealthy behavior.

What bird has a red face? ›

This Alaskan specialty nests on islands in cold seas, associating with a wide variety of other seabirds. The bright red bare skin of its face becomes duller in winter.

What bird is blue with red head? ›

Male Eastern Bluebirds are vivid, deep blue above and rusty or brick-red on the throat and breast.

What bird looks like a red headed woodpecker? ›

Male. Pileated Woodpeckers are larger than Red-headed Woodpeckers with a red crest and dark back. They also lack the white wing patches seen on the folded wings of Red-headed Woodpeckers.

What woodpecker is black and white with a red head? ›

Downy Woodpeckers give a checkered black-and-white impression. The black upperparts are checked with white on the wings, the head is boldly striped, and the back has a broad white stripe down the center. Males have a small red patch on the back of the head.

What bird has a red head and yellow body? ›

Basic Description. A clear look at a male Western Tanager is like looking at a flame: an orange-red head, brilliant yellow body, and coal-black wings, back and tail.

Is a red headed sparrow the same as a House Finch? ›

The difference between the two birds emerges from the fact that they belong to different families. House sparrows and house finches belong to two different families. The sparrows are from the 'Emberizidae' family, while the finch belongs to the 'Fringillidae' family.

Does the male wren have a red head? ›

Both males and females are a bright, unpatterned reddish-brown above and warm buffy-orange below, with a long white eyebrow stripe, dark bill, and white chin and throat.

What birds will eat grape jelly? ›

Grape Jelly is loved by birds, especially tanagers and orioles but other fruit-eating birds such as catbirds, woodpeckers, House Finch, robins, Yellow-rumped Warblers, grosbeaks, Cape May Warbler, Brown Thrashers, and Northern Mockingbirds.

What is the spiritual meaning of seeing a woodpecker? ›

In many ancient cultures, the symbolism of the woodpecker is associated with wishes, luck, prosperity, and spiritual healing. Other cultures consider the woodpecker to represent hard work, perseverance, strength, and determination. Woodpeckers are also among the most intelligent and smartest birds in the world.

Are Northern Flickers rare? ›

The Northern Flicker (Colaptes auratus) is a common bird in many areas of the Pacific Northwest. They visit yards and feeders and are visually striking. In the wild, flickers can be seen most commonly around standing trees that are dead or dying.

What does it mean when you keep seeing woodpeckers? ›

Woodpecker Symbolism and Meaning

The woodpecker often symbolizes the new opportunities that come knocking into our lives; it reminds us that we must answer the call of opportunity or otherwise remain ignorant and stagnate.

What does it mean to see a Northern Flicker? ›

In Native American traditions, flickers are lucky birds associated with healing, medicine, and visitors. Additionally, the flicker's plumage associates these birds with the sun. In Apache traditions, flickers are renowned for their beautiful voice. ( 3)

Which bird is a symbol of good luck? ›

Dove. Doves are a sign of good luck. The Romans thought that they could predict the future and often left them as offerings to gods. They also used doves for sacrifice, which was their way of asking the gods for protection and guidance in battle.

What does it mean to see a red bird? ›

The sight of a red bird is often seen as a good omen because of the symbolic meanings associated with this color. Seeing a red bird could suggest that there is still hope for something, or that the situation has changed for the better. It could also represent change, prosperity, or good luck.

What does it mean when a woodpecker flies into your window? ›

Some believe the bird carries a goodwill message, while others believe it's a message of death. So generally, according to all traditions, a bird hitting your window signifies change. But as we said earlier, a bird hitting your window is a natural occurrence.

How can I attract flickers to my yard? ›

“Entice flickers with peanut hearts or sunflower seeds on a platform, the ground or a large hopper feeder,” says Emma. “They like foraging on the ground, which is why ground feeders are the most ideal.

What bird looks like a woodpecker but bigger? ›

Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

The Yellow-bellied Sapsuckers are also slightly larger with a longer bill, a bigger red crown on its head, as well as red on the throat that the downy lacks. The yellow-bellied sapsucker also has a pale yellow breast which sets it apart from the Downy. Range: Eastern North America.

What is a flock of flickers called? ›

A group of flickers are collectively known as a "guttering", "menorah", and "Peterson" of flickers.

What does it mean when you see a hummingbird? ›

Seeing a hummingbird means that the challenging times are over and healing can begin. It's also believed that seeing a hummingbird signifies the arrival of positive energy into your life and that it can bring joy and happiness. It's also a sign that the spirit of a loved one who has passed may be near.

What does it mean when you see a blue jay? ›

These birds are a symbol of confidence, clarity, vibrancy, and intellect. If you see a blue jay, the most common interpretation of its visit means you are a loyal and trustworthy person. You may notice them more often in times of self-doubt. The blue jay's sense of creativity is also one of the more common beliefs.

Does woodpecker on house mean termites? ›

Insects are woodpeckers' primary food source, so if your home or yard has an infestation, it could look like a free buffet. Bees, ants, and termites are all common reasons for woodpeckers to target a home, so check for signs of infestations including hives, rotting wood, or dead insects.

Do male and female flickers look the same? ›

There is very little difference between a male and female Northern Flicker. Male yellow-shafted northern flickers have black whiskers while females don't, and male red-shafted northern flickers have red whiskers that females don't have.

What does finding a flicker feather mean? ›

Native American Flicker Symbolic Meanings

Native Tribes in North American say Grandfather Sun streaked Flicker's head red, bringing good luck. Finding the red feather of the Flicker indicates a positive change in fate, especially in the areas of friendship or your overall happiness.

What time of year do Northern Flickers nest? ›

The breeding season occurs from February to July. The nest is made in dead tree trunks, dead parts of live trees, or telephone poles. Northern Flickers will also build nests in nestboxes. Nests are usually built below 3 meters above the ground.

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