Williamson's Sapsucker - Islay Campground


Kaaren Perry
 

The adult male Williamson's Sapsucker, first reported yesterday by Kathleen Kent, continued to be seen this morning. It was working in the large cypress at the east end of the first campground loop.

Kaaren Perry
Morro Bay
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Tom Edell
 

In addition to the sapsucker, this morning a female plumaged American
Redstart was at campsite 35, and a Palm Warbler, a Magnolia Warbler, and
Golden-crowned Kinglets were present in the campground area. Yesterday,
there was an unconfirmed report of a Red-naped Sapsucker in the campground.

Tom Edell
Cayucos, CA

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Subject: [slocobirding] Williamson's Sapsucker - Islay Campground

The adult male Williamson's Sapsucker, first reported yesterday by Kathleen
Kent, continued to be seen this morning. It was working in the large
cypress at the east end of the first campground loop.

Kaaren Perry
Morro Bay
http://www.flickr.com/photos/kaarenp/










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Tom Edell
Cayucos, CA