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Check the "winter" section of the account. Yellow-bellied Sapsucker can be expected rarely statewide during winter, but is relatively more common in the southern part of the state.

----Bill Eddleman

At 03:22 PM 11/26/2002 -0500, you wrote:
I had an adult male   yellow-bellied sapsucker on a tree next to my patio today.  He stayed most of the morning.  My Birds of Missouri says this is late for him.

Pat Lueders
Webster Groves, MO
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