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Hairy Woodpecker

Picoides villosus

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KarenL 11 years ago

Nice shot!
Welcome to Project Noah Francisco!

francisco2 11 years ago

I didn't understand how this works hehe.... I thought I can upload my photos as folders like facebook hehehe..... so I will erase them no worries. All the photos where taken at Parque Nacional Constitución de 1857. Thanx for ur comments!

moises.tilpu 11 years ago

Liam: your identification of the birds are correct, they were sighted in Baja California (we do have Hairy Woodpeckers and Pinyon Jays here) and I agree with Daniele and you: they should be uploaded as separate spottings. Saludos y gracias! :)

Liam 11 years ago

1) California Quail
2) Great Horned Owl
3) Hairy Woodpecker
4) Pinyon Jay

I'm assuming these weren't taken at the same location, because Hairy Woodpeckers and Pinyon Jays aren't found on the Baja peninsula. I echo Daniele's suggestion of splitting the sightings.

moises.tilpu 11 years ago

This particular pictures (1) shows six individuals of Callipepla californica: California Quail.

DanielePralong 11 years ago

Hi francisco2, and welcome to Project Noah! You have several different species of birds in this collection of photographs. They should be uploaded as separate spottings.

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Sonora, Mexico

Spotted on Dec 4, 2011
Submitted on Dec 9, 2011

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