Arizona Bird Conservation Status

10 thoughts on “Arizona Bird Conservation Status

  1. I live in a A-Frame house 30 feet tall in the Ponderosas. For the past 5 years I have had a Flicker sleeping at night for 12 hours at the top of the A-Frame outside. He looks very uncomfortable, wings outstretched and his head turned to one side. I thought they would live in one the abundant trees. Until he mates during the Spring he is the only one around. Any thoughts about this.

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  2. We have Northern Flickers here through most of the year, but I don’t know where they roost. There are lots of trees so I guess they roost there. Perching on an A-Frame does seem like an odd spot; too bad we can’t ask the reason.


  3. body{font-size:10pt;font-family:arial,sans-serif;background-color:#ffffff;color:black;}p{margin:0px;}Many thanks for this and we do keep asking him what he is trying to tell us.Arwyn


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