Polly Wren Neldner
PO Box 358,
Paul Neldner, Dave Silverman, Leon Bright, possibly Brandon Percival, Mark Peterson and several others
Species, Date, Time and Location Information
12/5/2004 1:00:00 PM
2/10/2005 4:29:00 PM
Duration (total time in view):
2 months, 5 days
Rural backyard, mixed deciduous, conifer and grassland
Description of the Bird
Small male woodpecker. Slightly larger than Downy. Red crown, extending to the eye. Buffy nasal patch. Heavily barred back...almost zebra striped. Barring extended all the way up the back. Thin black eye stripe and malar. Fairly long bill. Fed from our feeders and seemed to associate more the female Red-bellied that was present at the same time, than it did with Hairy or Downy. The Ladder-backed and Red-bellied seemed to tolerate each other better.
Similar Species Discussion
Eliminated from Downy Woodpecker due to heavily barred back, placement and size of red patch. Downy's is only on nape. Longer bill than Downy
Was a life bird at the time. We had experience with both Downy and Hairy Woodpeckers.
Reporting the bird as it is unusal for our location within the state, and found it interesting that it and the Red-bellied left our yard on the same day.
Date Documentation Submitted
12/29/2013 2:08:00 PM
Click left or right edges of photos to move through all; click outside image to close
The marker on the map shows an approximation of the location of this report. The marker is generated using a prioritized Logic base:
1) If the observer has entered coordinates, they will be shown.
2) No specific coordinates are available but the location is mappable.
3) A generic location with no specific coordinates is mapped to the center of the reported county.
Powered By Subgurim(http://googlemaps.subgurim.net).Google Maps