During the Monday morning birdwalk at the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix, a female Williamson's Sapsucker was spotted in the Aloe Garden. She was spotted again about an hour later feeding on aloes in another part of the Garden.On both occasions she could be seen from the main trail.
The male Pyrrhuloxia which has been seen in the Garden since November is still present and was seen in several different parts of the Garden. At noon he was on the Ullman Terrace. He was also heard singing his Northern Cardinal like song.
Forty species of birds were seen by 70 birders on this beautiful morning.
Please note that there is an entry fee for the Desert Botanical Garden.