Saturday, February 26, 2011

Yellow-bellied Sapsucker at Pipeline Road, a report by José Manuel Luciani

Today [February 25], at approximately 10:30 am, an immature male Yellow-bellied Sapsucker was seen around the Rio Mendoza area on Pipeline Road. The bird was just off the road creating holes on the trunk of trees extracting the sap. As we observed the surrounding trees, we noticed many small holes on the trunks of trees, which suggest the bird has been here for some time. Two other birders saw the bird and one photographed it.

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