> Yesterday while volunteering with 5th graders at the Lab of O, I saw
> a bluejay-like bird but with all-white secondaries against an otherwise
> dark wing. I didn't have binoculars on me and was soon distracted by other
> stuff. But on further reflection, Red-headed Woodpecker is the
> only bird I can think of with that wing pattern. (That and gadwall, which
> this was not :-). I don't suppose anyone at the lab has seen
> one.

I saw an adult Red-headed Woodpecker in Sapsucker Woods this morning,
flying northeast over the Wilson Trail North. so perhaps your suspicions
were correct, Suan.




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