Dove Family?

by Debbie
(Henderson, NV)





This bird is a little bigger in size than the common Mourning Dove that visits our backyard.


We've never seen anything like this and would appreciate any help identifying him.

Thank you!

Comment:
No Woodpecker family. It is a Northern Flicker.
Susan

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Feb 25, 2013
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Thank you Susan!
by: Debbie

That is awesome! I've never seen a wood pecker in this town! I'm so glad he chose our backyard!

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