Bird Visitor Log: Northern Flicker
The last time I added an entry to the [backyard bird visitor log] was back in April when I documented the American Goldfinch. Today, I'm adding the Northern Flicker to the list. You'll have to trust me because I didn't have my phone on me when I was watching the feeders, but due to the yellow feathers and the huge size of this bird, I'm confirming a Northern Flicker. I recognize that this isn't quite how it supposed to work but ever since Nat gave me a pair of binoculars as a gift last year, my bird viewing has improved, but my camera skills have remained flat. So, I'm seeing *more*, but not necessarily photographing *more*.
This is the second woodpecker that we've added to the visitor log - the first of which was the Red-Bellied Woodpecker.
Full [bird feeder visitor log] set of seven entries here on the blog:
- This Northern Flicker.
- Not in our backyard, but up in Wisconsin - this pair of Scarlet Tanagers
- A series of American Goldfinches
- A White-Breasted Nuthatch
- A pair of Cardinals (male and female)
- A House Sparrow
- A Red-Bellied Woodpecker
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