There's nothing visibly red about his belly but take a look at that head. This woodpecker has been around the area for a while and utilizes every feeder that I have out. Since he is such a large bird (over nine inches), he doesn't necessarily fit all of them, but, as you can see, that doesn't stop him.
Red-bellied Woodpeckers are non-migratory and they like to eat insects, nuts, and fruits; and visit feeders and suet blocks. It hammers acorns and berries into crevices of trees for winter food. Their favorite hangout is shady woodlands where they excavate holes in rotten wood looking for spiders, centipedes and beetles. Yum! I guess I'll go have lunch now.