Intergrade Red Shafted And Yellow Shafted Northern Flicker Male
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A male intergrade Red-shafted and Yellow-shafted Northern Flicker perched on a suet feeder. An intergrade is a cross between a Red-shafted Northern Flicker and a Yellow-shafted Northern Flicker. One can tell if it`s a red-shafted hybrid by the red crescent patch on the nape of the neck and a male by the red patch on the cheeks. The male Yellow-shafted flickers have black cheek patches.
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Finding inspiration in the garden and living on the West Coast of British Columbia, Canada, Sharon takes advantage of the opportunity to photograph beautiful flowers, intriguing wildlife and fantastic scenery. She loves to be able to capture a moment in time to cherish forever.
Gardening has been a natural springboard for her photography, and after capturing the local flora and fauna, Sharon has ventured onto the hiking trails to find wildlife in its natural habitat.
June 14th, 2014
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