[Tweeters] Lynnwood Red-naped Sapsucker
dasha at gudalewicz.com
Fri Dec 13 10:04:06 PST 2013
Thank you Matt! I can see Grace's report on hybrid now.
I reported Red-naped (not hybrid) to eBird but can't see it confirmed. (Anne, I also noted in my report that it was a private property). There're 5 unconfirmed reports though.
Could anybody please point out what makes this bird a hybrid? Not so good photos here:
On Dec 13, 2013, at 9:55 AM, Ann Wood <annmariewood at comcast.net> wrote:
> Hi Matt:
> Only 2 of the 8 birders who saw and photographed a RNSA in this location on 12/11/13 are ebirders.
> Josh Adams & Ann Marie Wood both posted the sighting to Ebird but were careful to note that it was seen on private property with permission of the owners.
> The owners posted it to Tweeters after consulting with several experienced local birders.
> After submitting the photos taken by Carol Riddell to a friend on the Records Committee we were pretty convinced of the identification.
> Ann Marie
> Sent from my iPhone
>> On Dec 13, 2013, at 9:39 AM, Matt Bartels <mattxyz at earthlink.net> wrote:
>> Hi Dasha -
>> If you look under 'hybrid Red-naped x Red-breasted' you'll find at least one listing for this sighting.
>> Matt Bartels
>> Seattle, WA
>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: Dasha Gudalewicz <dasha at gudalewicz.com>
>>> Sent: Dec 13, 2013 9:33 AM
>>> To: tweeters at u.washington.edu
>>> Subject: [Tweeters] Lynnwood Red-naped Sapsucker
>>> Good morning everyone,
>>> First of all, thank you very much Anne for kindly inviting everybody into your backyard to view the bird!
>>> Can anybody explain why there are no reports on Red-naped Sapsucker on eBird, please?
>>> Thank you!
>>> Dasha Gudalewicz
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