[Tweeters] woodpeckers

ck park travelgirl.fics at gmail.com
Fri Oct 11 23:54:18 PDT 2019


used to see RBSAs in the spring and fall, and always on one side of the
building, but not the other. sadly, it's been a couple of years since
they've been spotted around my little bit of the plateau...

00 caren
ParkGallery.org
george davis creek, north fork


On Fri, Oct 11, 2019 at 4:32 PM Peggy Mundy <peggy_busby at yahoo.com> wrote:


> Hi Diann,

> I am in Bothell, too. I rarely see sapsuckers in my yard, but lots of

> evidence of them in the Shelton View Forest nearby.

>

> Peggy

>

> On Friday, October 11, 2019, 04:28:01 p.m. PDT, Diann MacRae <

> tvulture at gmx.com> wrote:

>

>

> Hi, Tweets

>

> I'm spending a lot of time on my computer lately - with the lovely company

> of a tired (?) barred owl. He/she sits about six feet away from my windows.

>

> Anyway, this isn't about owls. I normally have four woodpecker species

> almost daily: pileated, downy, hairy and flicker. The other day I had an

> odd-looking woodpecker which turned out to be a red-headed sapsucker. Now,

> I guess that isn't too odd, but we've never had one here in the wooded

> hills of Bothell. It was neat to see.

>

> Cheers, Diann

>

> Diann MacRae

> Olympic Vulture Study

> 22622 - 53rd Avenue S.E.

> Bothell, WA 98021

> tvulture at gmx.com

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