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2 hours ago, blackburnian said:

@AlexHenry That’s a Cassin’s, no?

Not sure, is it? Cassin’s would be a bit of a rarity but not super unusual

i just assumed Western but I would be happy to be wrong.

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Ladderback Woodpeckers. There was a female nearby as well. San Antonio, TX.

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2 hours ago, AlexHenry said:

Not sure, is it? Cassin’s would be a bit of a rarity but not super unusual

i just assumed Western but I would be happy to be wrong.

It is. Dusky grey, lemon yellow, distinct white cheek patch. No doubt for me. @AlexHenry

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I'll be watching for babies soon - this nest is pretty easy to see from the road

Eburg great horn (1 of 1)

 

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Thategret and snake pic reminded me of this, it looked like the snake tied a knot around the Herons' beak. Snake still got eaten.

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Small flock of approx. 15 birds mostly juvenile/immatures with 2-3 adults.

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