Birdy is a Sunda Pygmy Woodpecker (Belatuk Belacan Ubun Perang)

According to this:!

Scientific Name: Yungipicus moluccensis
Malay Name: Belatuk-Belacan Ubun Perang
Chinese Name: 巽他啄木鸟

Found from the Thai-Malay Peninsula to Borneo, Greater and Lesser Sundas

Polytypic. Subspecies are: moluccensisgrandis

Local Subspecies: moluccensis

Size: 12.5-13 cm

Identification: Male has brownish crown and ear-covers, well defined submoustachial stripe, red streak on side of hindcrown, white-barred brownish upperside and dark streaked underparts. Female resembles male but lacks the red streak. Juvenile is duller overall and has less distinct streaks.

Habitat: Parks, gardens, mangroves and coastal areas.

Behaviour/Ecology: Usually found singly or in pairs, unobtrusive and drums softly.

Local Status: Common resident

Conservation Status: Least Concern (IUCN 3.1)

Location: Any patch of suitable habitat.

From the description, Birdy is most likely a female too! She doesn’t have the red streak. Or, maybe she’s still an infant.

Anyway, Birdy is a woody-woodpecker!