Rick, Very cool sapsucker. Yellow-bellied juvs often retain juvenile plumage as worn by the bird in your photos into late winter. On the other hand, juvllauzins
Hi OC Birders, this series of sapsucker photos were taken in Mile Square Park, from the lane that travels behind the driving range and ends up across from thea055894
I just posted a couple of pics of the Prairie Falcon I took last week at the SJWS. They are in a folder named Prairie Falcon (I think, haven't posted pics onbettinae79
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