Wildlife photography of Gold-Fronted Woodpecker male bringing fruit to a chick in a cavity nest on Ambergris Caye in Belize

In a cavity nest on Ambergris Caye, a ravenous chick impatiently awaits another delivery of berries from this male Gold-Fronted Woodpecker. These minuscule birds are incredibly energetic, consuming about as much fruit and nuts as they do insects. After laying between four and seven eggs, their young hatch in about two weeks, developing very quickly and relying on their parents for very frequent food deliveries.