[Tweeters] Four Woodpecker Species Day

Hank H h.heiberg at yahoo.com
Thu Jan 17 22:47:03 PST 2019


We have Red-breasted Sapsuckers on our PP list, just not today. In fact, we had a family of Red-breasted Sapsuckers hanging out in some birch trees last year. Fun to watch & photograph!

Hank Heiberg
Issaquah, WA

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> On Jan 17, 2019, at 10:25 PM, ck park <travelgirl.fics at gmail.com> wrote:

>

> i live just a few miles from PP, and from april to october(ish) it's not unusual to have 5 species hanging around (just add the red-breasted sapsucker)...

> heard my first barred owl of the year... life is good :)

>

> 00 caren

> ParkGallery.org

> george davis creek, north fork

>

>

>> On Thu, Jan 17, 2019 at 9:09 PM Hank H <h.heiberg at yahoo.com> wrote:

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>> > On 2/28/18 we moved from our home of 29 years at Lake Joy near Carnation, WA to Providence Point, a 161 acre retirement community in Issaquah. Today while out walking we came across 2 Northern Flickers, a Hairy Woodpecker, a Downy Woodpecker and a Pileated Woodpecker all within a relatively small wooded area on the Providence Point grounds. Here is a video of the Pileated Woodpecker.

>> >

>> > https://www.flickr.com/photos/ljcouple/39817021883/in/dateposted/

>> >

>> > We believe that there are two pairs of Pileated Woodpeckers at Providence Point.

>> >

>> > Hank & Karen Heiberg

>> > Issaquah, WA

>> >

>> >

>> > Sent from my iPad

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