Lewis's Woodpecker continues
- At 5:10 p.m. we found one of the Lewis's Woodpeckers described by Jack Booth
and Dave Bengston on telephone pole #120 on the Boonville Road (253). It
flew from the top of the pole to a live oak just east of the pole then
across the road to the NE on to the trunk of a larger oak.
See Dave's directions for the particular location.
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From: Dave <algott@...>
Date: Sun, Jan 30, 2011 at 12:51 PM
Subject: [Mendobirds] Lewis's Woodpeckers & Golden Eagles
I went up to see the L Woodpeckers on Hwy 253 (Boonville Rd) that Jack Booth
Reported. I found two of them. They were on telephone poles #s 119 and 120
on the south side of the road. There is a pullout on the north side of the
road between the two poles. If you were coming from the west, there is a
pullout on the south side of the road, but you can only see one pole from
there. They were up there at 10:30 and again at 12:00 pm when I checked, one
on each pole.
At the east end of the top, MM 10.0 there were 2 juvenile Golden Eagles
flying over the hill to the south.
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