I spent a day and a half around the Sisters/ Bend area, looking to see some of the higher elevation species. I ended up with a nice assortment of species including some of the harder to find like Pinyon Jay and American Three-toed Woodpecker .
Higher up around Round Lake I found a male American Three-toed Woodpecker , a life bird for me.Western Bluebirds were numerous and the occasional Yellow-rumped Warbler was still around.Chestnut-backed Chickadees joined Pygmy Nuthatches in foraging groups. An Orange-crowned Warbler worked the brushy areas, and a single Steller’s Jay was about.
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