Yellow-bellied Sapsucker at Lake Anza remains
Around 10:15am, the mewing calls of the Yellow-bellied Sapsucker led Doug Mosher and me from the bridge where we heard it, to a tree next to the third bench from the kiosk, where it landed. After foraging, it flew to another tree just across the lake. Three Pine Siskins noisily flew in, which was an added treat, and a Varied Thrush was seen in the shadows down a side trail.
All the best!