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Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Recent Yellow-bellied Sapsucker in Lamar

Dave Leatherman, a highly skilled Colorado birder and entomologist (so he knows a lot about the insects that birds eat) gratiously donated this photo he took of an adult female Yellow-bellied Sapsucker so it could easily be compared with my photos of the Red-naped Sapsucker (and have placed this photo at the bottom so the pics will be next to each other).

Dave birds the Lamar area not infrequently and found this bird at the south end of Willow Creek Park in Lamar. Willow Creek Park is a birding hotspot in that far southeastern town.


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