Revisit to Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary on 4-16-14

Acorn Woodpecker (male) in tree hollow
Acorn Woodpecker (male) in tree hollow

 

A second visit produced greater results as the time span of the visit was longer.  This includes photos of the Calliope Hummingbird, Band-tailed Pigeons, Lark Sparrow, a California Thrasher fledgling and an Acorn Woodpecker peering out of his tree hollow.  Also photographed but they were too far at a distance were the two Golden Eagles flying high with a Red-tailed Hawk and the barely seen Lazuli Bunting at the walk bridge.  A more complete list can be found here

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