Date: 3/19/17 5:14 am
From: Sue Newland <newlandsue60...>
Subject: Re: Williamson's Sapsucker
I am hoping to make it out there around noon today (Sunday) so if others
see it this morning, please keep reporting.

Thanks, Sue

On 3/18/2017 9:06 PM, mike rader wrote:
> Hi all,
>
>
> I had a note from Malcolm Gold about the sapsucker they found in Otoe Park this afternoon, but was dog-sitting and didn't know if I would make it out today. I called Dave Klema to let him know and he went out and found it after some effort. I decided to load up the dogs and go get it for a year bird, so I met Dave late this afternoon to try to find it. He had seen it a few minutes before I arrived, and suspected the general area where it might still be. It took between 5-10 minutes and I was looking at another Williamson's Sapsucker in the same location Dave and I had last seen one back in 2009 - pretty cool for sure and a great find by Malcolm and the others earlier in the day. I was happy to hear that their group and some others were still having luck finding the Golden-crowned Sparrow south of Blackwolf in Ellsworth Co. as well.
>
>
> Mike Rader
> Wilson and/or Pratt,??KS
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