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    Downy Woodpecker ~ Coast to coast, border to border, forest to feeder, the Downy Woodpecker goes about its business in 49 states. The smallest woodpecker in the United States, it turns up everywhere there are a few trees, except in the dry deserts of the Southwest and in Hawaii. - Photo by Paul Bannick

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the downy woodpecker - one of our backyard regulars

Northern Flicker - another favorite. Beautiful coloring. I rescued one that had been hit by a car and was able to release it back into it's territory a few days later.

Panamint chipmunk (Tamias panamintinus) is endemic to desert mountain areas of southeast California and southwest Nevada in the United States.

Townsend's Warbler (Setophaga townsendi) is a small songbird of the New World warbler family. Their breeding habitats are coniferous forests with large trees on the northwestern coast of North America.

desert: magazine of the southwest may 1981

Area 52 by Joseph Rossbach "I battled deep sand, razor sharp rocks and reptilian shape shifters to get to this little know government base deep in the red rock desert of the American Southwest"

Cacti of the Desert Southwest, by Meg Quinn

Red-Bellied Woodpecker. I've been seeing a lot of these around lately. So pretty. ♥

the varied thrush - one of my favorite backyard bird visitors