Sorry for the late post, I just realized this hadn't made it to Cayugabirds. This morning David Weber found an adult RED-HEADED WOODPECKER in Palmer Woods on north campus. He first had it fly over, then it returned to some dead trees and was present for at least an hour after that. This was in the low swampy area along Pleasant Grove Brook well north of A-Lot, probably at least audible (it was calling frequently) from the east end of Sheldon Road or from Pleasant Grove Lane.
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