Subject: [Tweeters] Flicker variations
Date: Mon Nov 4 18:48:58 PST 2019
From: Robert O'Brien - baro at

EBird has a page with an interesting and detailed description of different
flicker variations. It could probably be found with a Google search.
Bob O'Brien Portland

On Monday, November 4, 2019, Joan Miller <jemskink at> wrote:

> Hi Tweets,


> I know there are numerous variations in our flickers. It's interesting to

> see that at least one of the males that come to my feeders has a red patch

> on the nape, while others do not. This is supposedly a mark commonly found

> on the eastern yellow-shafted flickers.


> Mix n'match flickers!


> Joan Miller

> West Seattle

> jemskink at gmail dot com



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