Flicker Comparison Photos

by Judy Ranson
(nr Seattle, WA)

Fred's Yellow-shafted Flicker

Fred's Yellow-shafted Flicker

Fred's Yellow-shafted Flicker
Male Red-shafted Flicker
Female Red-shafted Flicker

Thanks to Fred in Ohio for his great photo of a Yellow-shafted Flicker. I thought I would combine his photo with my photos of the Red-shafted Flicker for everyone to see the comparison.



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Great work, Judy!
Susan

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Feb 17, 2011
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Fellow Feeder Friend
by: Judy

Thanks Fred! And I am really enjoying your pics and stories!

Feb 16, 2011
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Great Comparison
by: Anonymous

Hi Judy,

That was great. You can see the differences better

Thanks again
Fred

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