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FYI - Male Red-naped Sapsucker seen this morning in Redding, CA

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  • Bob & Carol Yutzy
    Hello all, Just an FYI that a male Red-naped Sapsucker was seen this morning at Clear Creek Road in Redding, CA per Frank Sanderson and Dan Greaney. The exact
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 27, 2012
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      Hello all,

      Just an FYI that a male Red-naped Sapsucker was seen this morning at
      Clear Creek Road in Redding, CA per Frank Sanderson and Dan Greaney.
      The exact location reported was on Clear Creek Road "where the Honeybee
      trail comes into the main trail from the Clear Creek Rd parking area.
      The bird was in the grape vines along with a Downy Woodpecker."

      "Nine birders spent a beautiful fall this morning and
      early afternoon birding along Clear Creek between Gold Dredge and the
      Honeybee tunnel. In addition to 48 bird species
      the participants enjoyed watching the many King Salmon actively moving
      up-stream and actively spawning. Also present in the creek were a number
      River
      Otters and one lone beaver. As identified by group consensuses, the
      best bird of the day was a Red-naped
      Sapsucker first spotted by Dan Greaney. Red-naped Sapsuckers are very
      rare birds for Shasta County with the last
      one being seen off Island Rd in the McArthur area." Frank Sanderson.

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      Bob & Carol Yutzy
      Shasta, CA
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