I'm not sure if this is a sign of spring, but this morniing at 9 am I saw a male yellow-shafted flicker eating suet on the feeder. What a handsome bird with all the spots and the black bib and golden under-feathers! I knew it was a male by the 'mustache'. He returned to the suet on April 1 and then every day until the 6 when I no longer saw him. His place at the suet was taken by the downy and hairy WPs who are the usual diners.
Latitude: 44.7 Longitude: -67.4
Observed by: Gary
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