no Hutton's at noon, but there is a Red-naped Sapsucker

Observers: Kathy Kelley, Justin and Bartshe
Email: justinhiteatgmaildotcom
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Date: 09/26/2007
Time: 05:19 PM -0400


Bartshe and I went to look for the Hutton's from 12:45 to 2pm, but didn't find it. Kathy Kelley joined up with Dave Marquart and a birding group at the park, and they found a Red-naped Sapsucker drilling away at the big willow by the bathrooms. Good looking male bird with two distinct sets of whitish bars down the back. Lots of warblers and chickadees visiting the dripping sap.