Another AZ trip (05/08–5/10/2015)

ArizonaWoodpecker

Arizona Woodpecker

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Brown-crested Flycatcher at St. David

GilaWoodpecker

Gila Woodpecker at the Paton’s feeder

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An interesting gnatcatcher from Proctor Rd. I was pretty sure initially that it is a Black-capped, but am now not so sure any more. Undertail graduation is not easily determined, with the mess of molting feathers. Wait, if it’s molting now, does it have to be a Black-capped as Blue-gray would be nesting later (if at all at this location) or be a migrant? The black line above the eye extends significantly behind the eye. Is the bill large enough for Black-capped?

GracesWarbler

Grace’s Warbler

GreaterPewee

Greater Pewee at Carr Canyon

OliveWarbler

Olive Warbler at Carr Canyon

 

PaintedRedstart

Painted Redstart at Carr Canyon

Phainopepla

Phaino at St. David

RedFacedWarbler

Red-faced Warbler at Carr Canyon (ok, not so great a shot …)

SummerTanager

Summer Tanager at the Paton’s

ThickBilledKingbird

Thick-billed Kingbird at the Patagonia Roadside Area

TownsendsWarbler

Townsend’s Warbler at Carr Canyon (one of many ..)

VermilionFC

Vermilion Flycatcher

ZoneTailedHawk

 

A juvenile Zone-tailed Hawk from Rio Rico. An adult Zone-tailed was also present there mid afternoon.

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