Date: 12/27/17 1:22 pm
From: Nancy Obryan <nancy.obryan...>
Subject: Re: [AZNMbirds] SE AZ: GILDED FLICKERS in Tucson Mountains
I live very close to the Tucson Mountains (Sarasota side) in the winter. This is my fourth winter here. In that time, I have not noticed a decrease in Gilded Flickers. As John reported, they are usually outnumbered by Gila Woodpeckers. I occasionally see Ladderback Woodpeckers, but much less often than Gilded Flickers.

I have noticed that some days I see more (or only) Gilas, and other days I see more (or only) Gildeds. It might be the time of day.

From: <aznmbirds-request...> <aznmbirds-request...> on behalf of JOHN <jghiggins...>
Sent: Tuesday, December 26, 2017 1:51 PM
To: <AZNMBirds...>
Subject: [AZNMbirds] SE AZ: GILDED FLICKERS in Tucson Mountains

I have lived for 34 years on the near Westside of the Tucson Mountains . I bird in Tucson mountain county PARK and saguaro np west almost every day. By my unscientific count, the number of GILDED FLICKERS are about the same. And I have found that there is one GILDED flicker for about every five Gila woodpecker( that is very unscientific!)

John Higgins, Tucson, az

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