I had a day to play around Tucson, so I decided to do Catalina State Park in the morning and then work my way up Mt Lemmon. The wind started kicking in and by the time I finished the area was unbirdeable.
This Buff-breasted Flycatcher was one of a pair I found in Rose Canyon.
A stately Canyon Towhee at Catalina SP
Costa’s Hummingbird at Catalina SP
Grace’s Warbler at Middle Bear
Greater Pewee at Rose Canyon
Hutton’s Vireo, also Rose Canyon
I had to work hard to get this shot of a male Olive Warbler at Rose Canyon
Rufous-winged Sparrows at Catalina SP
An oblivious Yellow-eyed Junco near Summerhaven
Finally, 2 days later near V Bar V (Sedona), a Common Black Hawk made a couple of appearances. Nice!