End of the day, so light was very dim.
Hanging out in the bays.
This woodpecker had been seen here before. Very rosy chest. Went from the dead oak to one of the bays and then to a live oak with an acorn in its mouth. It stayed in the windy clump of trees the whole time we were there.
Flew in to hang out with European Starling group.
First time seeing one of these. Gorgeous colors! Lots of flycatching.
A single Lewis's woodpecker was seen on the Wall Street Mill trail. The bird was found in the desert wash that is located just west of the trail to the Mill. Location is approximate.
The Lewis's Woodpecker (Melanerpes lewis) is a large North American species of woodpecker which was named by ornithologist Alexander Wilson for Meriwether Lewis, one of the explorers who surveyed the areas bought by the United States of America during the Louisiana Purchase.