Date: 3/5/17 6:29 pm
From: macawolf via Colorado Birds <cobirds...>
Subject: [cobirds] Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, El Paso Cnty
Greetings, CObirders,


I had a female yellow-bellied sapsucker in my large Ponderosa pine feeder tree in the back yard yesterday, feeding from old taps and making new ones. Possibly the same individual who spent a day here last year on March 19, as it too only stayed for a day and went back & forth between my tree and two other Ponderosas up on the ridgeline east of us. We went to a funeral after lunch, and had no sign of it once we got back.


Also a continuing hybrid junco-- a gray-headed with pink sides.


Here's a link to my ebird report, with photos of these two birds: http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist/S34994076


Marty Wolf
NW CO Spgs,
6656'

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