Date: 5/14/18 4:13 pm From: Carol Joan Patterson <0000003a0ccbe138-dmarc-request...> Subject: Fw: Bird Identification
Perhaps somebody will be able to answer this question.....
----- Forwarded Message ----- From: Jack Wingate <pwingate...>To: "<joanie.patterson...>" <joanie.patterson...>Sent: Tuesday, April 3, 2018, 4:10:17 PM CDTSubject: Bird Identification
Joanie A quick question on a bird identification. I had a woodpecker at the feeder today that was flicker sized and appeared to be between a juvenile and an adult in coloration. It was a very dark woodpecker and had a cream colored nape and around to his chest. However on his chest there was a oblong dark coloration versus the cream colored area on a Lewis’s Woodpecker. Additionally, the cream color on his nape joined with a cream color that ran under his eye. There was no red on the face. The breast had some rose coloring but was not prominent. His tail had a very prominent two long feathers. Basically, I can not identify this bird with any certainty. Do you have any suggestions. JackJack and Margie Wingate
1 Portland Circle
Bella Vista, AR 72714
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