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Northern Flicker at Auburn, California

Walter K. Fisher
Publication Information
Journal: 
Condor
Volume: 
6
Issue: 
6 (November-December)
Section: 
From Field and Study
Year: 
1904
Pages: 
172

Northern Flicker at Auburn, California

Dr. R. F. Rooney has sent the writer a wing of Cotaptes auratus luteus. The bird was taken by his son on the outskirts of Auburn, California, October 3, 1904. Dr. Rooney says it is the first specimen he has seen on the Pacific coast during a residence of twenty-seven years. Auburn is a rather southern station although, as stated in Grinnell's check-list, "auratus" has been recorded as far south as Warm Springs, San Diego county.

WALTER K. FISHER

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