[Tweeters] Intergrade Northern Flicker

Paul Bannick paul.bannick at gmail.com
Sun Jul 2 12:03:20 PDT 2017


Hi Tina,

Yes, that does sound like an intergrade. Those are very common in Western
Washington. None-the-less I love seeing them as there are innumerable
combinations of mixed features. Such as:
http://paulbannick.photoshelter.com/image?&_bqG=1&_bqH=eJyrynIsyg8r8jRwigxMSg90zq0yNC8p8CmoMiy2MrUyNDAAYSDpGe8S7GybmVeSWpRelJiSquYZHxrsGhTv6WIbClJQ4WvomeuX7pgS5akW7.gcYlucmliUnAEAsCUeJQ--&GI_ID=
http://paulbannick.photoshelter.com/image?&_bqG=3&_bqH=eJyrynIsyg8r8jRwigxMSg90zq0yNC8p8CmoMiy2MrUyNDAAYSDpGe8S7GybmVeSWpRelJiSquYZHxrsGhTv6WIbClJQ4WvomeuX7pgS5akW7.gcYlucmliUnAEAsCUeJQ--&GI_ID=


Regards,

Paul

On Sun, Jul 2, 2017 at 11:52 AM, Tina Blade <tinablade5051 at gmail.com> wrote:


> Hi Tweets,

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> Would appreciate some input on a Northern Flicker that visited our feeder

> in Duvall this morning.

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> He looked to be intergrade Red-shafted/Yellow shafted—with salmon-colored

> underwings and red malar, but also a red crescent at the nape.

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> Is that fairly common around here?

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> Thanks!

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> Tina Blade

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> Duvall, WA 98019

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