Adult male on left and I believe two juveniles to the right based on posturing and the pointed shape of the rectrices or tail feathers.
not a very good picture as I took it through the screen in our pop up. A flicker shows up every morning in a small tree outside. If I try to go out and get a better picture, it is gone so for now this is what I have.
Male and female perched and jumping branch to branch signing.
Woodpecker, brown with black spots, white rump, yellow wings. Both birds had the mustache, but one was an adult, and one was a juvenile.
The Northern Flicker (Colaptes auratus) is a medium-sized member of the woodpecker family. It is native to most of North America, parts of Central America, Cuba, the Cayman Islands, and is one of the few woodpecker species that migrate. There are over 100 common names for the Northern Flicker. Among them are: Yellowhammer, clape, gaffer woodpecker, harry-wicket, heigh-ho, wake-up, walk-up, wick-up, yarrup, and gawker bird. Many of these names are attempts at imitating some of its...