Unusual bird in Tacoma, identified

by Virginia
(Tacoma)

Hey sorry to bother you I posted my pictures on facebook and a friend said he thought it was a type of woodpecker. I searched google and found this is probably a Northern Flicker. Thank you! I enjoyed finding your site.


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Hi Virginia. You can learn learn more about Flickers on this page
and a
comparison of Red-shafted and Yellow-shafted Flickers.

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