Downy woodpecker?

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    Shot this guy from the kitchen this afternoon and was wondering if i've got the I.D. right. From searching i've narrowed it down to the Downy. Any conformation on this would be great. I know it's not the best shot, was a heavy crop. Thanks.

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    Thanks Ian:)
     
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    I used to see a fair number of these when I was growing up in SW Connecticut. They're very pretty little birds. I don't see them out here -- the only woodpeckers I generally now see are Gilas and Flickers.
     

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