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Baby Flicker

Uploaded by: sp34n119w

Monday June 1, 2009

Santa Paula, CA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: My cat found a baby Flicker this morning. The bird is in good hands, now. The cat is still giving me dirty looks.

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3. charlesimages
7:28 AM GMT on June 10, 2009
COOL! I have never seen a Baby before =) I love these birds. I know they eat ants, they loooove ants!
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2. sp34n119w
4:24 AM GMT on June 02, 2009
Thanks - I hope so, too! This morning, when I was looking for a photo to identify the bird, I saw yours of a Northern Flicker on what looked like a roof. It was the most like the momma bird that yelled at me (and the cat) as I rescued her chick :)
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1. artistatwork
10:28 PM GMT on June 01, 2009
I hope the baby flicker survives. They are one of my favorite birds. I have them all winter and spring. They seem to migrate out of my area in the summer. They are beautiful calm birds. They like my birdbaths. Lady in AZ
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