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Spotted Owl (Mexican), Strix occidentalis lucida, 17.5 in. UNCOMMON to RARE. Associated with oaks and conifers in shaded canyons especially close to rocky cliffs.

Pinery Canyon, Cochise County, Coronado National Forest, Chiricahua Mountains, Arizona, USA.

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Tags:   Spotted Owl (Mexican) Strix occidentalis lucida Owls Strigidae Family Birds of Arizona ©bryanjsmith Strix occidentalis Spotted Owl

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Little Pied Cormorant, Little Shag, Kawaupaka, 56 cm. / 22 in. COMMON native bird found on lakes, farm ponds, rivers and streams, estuaries, harbors and sheltered coastal waters.

Tohuna Torea Nature Reserve, Wai-O-Taki Bay, Glendowie, Auckland Region, North Island, New Zealand.
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Tags:   Little Pied Cormorant Kawaupaka Little Shag Phalacrocorax melanoleucos Cormorants and Shags Phalacrocoracidae Birds of New Zealand ©bryanjsmith

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Purple Gallinule, Porphyrio martinica, 16 in. / 40.64 cm. Wet areas with dense reeds. Very RARE vagrant to SE Arizona with only a few recorded sightings. Well backlit.

Sweetwater Wetlands, Tucson, Pima County, Arizona, United States. ©bryanjsmith

Tags:   Birds of North America Rallidae Porphyrio porphyrio Purple Gallinule Birds of Arizona Rails, Gallinules and Coots ©bryanjsmith

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Ash-throated Flycatcher, Myiarchus cinerascens, 8.5 in / 21.59 cm. COMMON in brushy and lightly wooded habitats, generally at low elevations ranging into drier habitat than other Myiarchus in the Southwest.

Casa Smiff, Marana, Pima County, Arizona, United States.

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Tags:   Ash-throated Flycatcher Myiarchus cinerascens Tyrant Flycatchers Tyrannidae Flycatchers of Arizona ©bryanjsmith

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Forty-spotted Pardalotte, Pardalotus quadragintus punctatus, 8 - 9.5 cm. / 3 - 3.7 in. ENDANGERED and RARE. Dry Tasmanian coastal forest, especially White Manna Gum Trees.

Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia. ©bryanjsmith.

Tags:   Forty-spotted Pardalotte Pardalotus quadragintus Pardalotes Pardalotidae Birds of Tasmania ©bryanjsmith


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