Hi Everyone. I am trying to identify a bird I have seen here over the years in my backyard. Unfortunately I do not have a picture but I cannot for the life of me find this bird anywhere on the internet. I just saw it yesterday in my tree around 8 am. It is a very small bird, a little larger than a hummingbird but smaller than a cardinal. It is a slim bird with a short beak. It has spotted grayish feathers and its most distinctive feature is that it has a red/maroon head and neck. It is a very vibrant and solid red/maroon, no other colors mixed in (and I do mean solid color). It travels in a flock as there are usually at least 20 to 30 near my feeder when I see them. They are usually here early in the morning or more often late in the evening around 4 or 5 pm. In the summertime it is later than that. I have not heard any distinctive noises from it but we have a lot of birds. It is definitely NOT a woodpecker or any other common bird that you might think of. I cannot even find a picture of this bird on the internet using Google which is weird because the entire head and neck are solid red. It is possible it is a migratory bird and not necessarily local to the Pensacola Florida area all year long. Any help would be appreciated!