[Tweeters] Most Westerly White-headed Woodpeckers?

Wilson Cady gorgebirds at juno.com
Sat Sep 18 10:46:51 PDT 2010


Tyler,
The closest to Vancouver/Portland, White-headed Woodpeckers that I know of are found in the pines along the entrance road to the Conboy NWR near Glenwood, in Klickitat County.


Wilson Cady
Washougal, WA


---------- Original Message ----------
From: Tyler Hicks <tyler_hicks at wsu.edu>
To: Tweeters ListServ <tweeters at u.washington.edu>
Subject: [Tweeters] Most Westerly White-headed Woodpeckers?
Date: Sat, 18 Sep 2010 11:42:14 -0500

Hello all,

My father is visiting in early October and I'd like to do a day trip from sw. Washington to find White-headed Woodpecker. Are there any locations reliable for White-headed Woodpecker that are a reasonable daytrip from Vancouver/Portland?

Cheers,

Tyler

Tyler L. HicksPh.D. StudentWashington State University VancouverE-mail: tyler_hicks at wsu.eduWeb Page: http://thingswithwings.org"Back off man, I'm a scientist." Bill Murray, Ghostbusters.


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