One pair of our Red-bellied Woodpeckers has a fledgling. The baby bird is almost as big as the parents, although it does not have any red on it.
Waiting in the tree
It blends in rather nicely with the tree bark
The adult male, showing off the red belly that gave him his name.
His head is much more noticeably red than his belly.
The Red-bellied Woodpeckers lost one of their fledglings last year when a hawk swooped down. The little woodpecker flew right smack into the side of the house and broke its neck. So sad, although the parents did have another brood of two later on that summer.