Monday, October 31, 2011
One of the things I enjoy about birding is all the things I continue to learn about birds, even after the original sightings. This is where a good photo is particularly helpful. A week ago I took a photo of an Acorn Woodpecker while at Lake Mendocino in California. Today, while editing photos of the trip I became aware that one of the photos I had taken was of a female Acorn Woodpecker. (notice the black band between the white forehead and the read crown) I previously only had a photo of a male in the Critters section of Cascade Ramblings. Now I have both male and female photos of the Acorn Woodpecker.