Warm Springs WMA Report – June 30, 2015 This is the sixteenth count for the 2015 season. Temperatures ranged from 57 to 72 F with clear skies and calmgaryswant
Also Dan, the bird has a small red nape marking and the head pattern of gray and tan is all messed up. Further indications of an intergrade Chuck Carlson Ft.chuckcmt
Dan et al.: Although the feather shafts on the male flicker in your photos are yellow, note that it has a red, not black, malar patch. This "moustache" woulddanbcr10
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