Re: Redwood Regional Park 2018.10.23 WIlliamson's Sapsucker NOT Sibley

Johan Langewis

I was slow reading my email, so I got a late start.  Skyline Gate is only a few blocks from my house so I rushed over there late today.  I ran into some other birders, but no luck on the Williamson’s Sapsucker.  However, I found a small Madrone tree on the Phillips Loop trail, about 50 yards from the East Rige Trail, with American Robins, Hairy and Acorn Woodpeckers and four Red-breasted Sapsuckers feeding on the berries at 4:45 PM.  Also seen were White-breasted, Red-breasted, and Pygmy Nuthatches, among other birds.  I think that’s the most Red-breasted Sapsuckers I’ve ever seen at one time.  

Johan Langewis

On Oct 23, 2018, at 7:40 PM, Michael Park dpbot@... [EBB_Sightings] <EBB_Sightings-noreply@...> wrote:

It's been a long day. The location for the Williamson's Sapsucker was incorrectly cited. It's at Redwood Regional Park at the Skyline Gate near the parking lot out on the East Ridge Trail.

Michael Park

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Subject:2018.10.23 WIlliamson's Sapsucker Sibley Volcanic
Date:Tue, 23 Oct 2018 19:14:41 -0700
From:Michael Park 

Hi All,

Dominik Mosur and I came across a female Williamson's Sapsucker at
Sibley Volcanic Regional Park.

It was near the parking lot on the trail out to Round Top.

One relatively clean document image:

Michael Park

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