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N 73 B 3.1K C 59 E May 10, 2011 F May 9, 2011
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Elegant Trogon (Coppery-tailed), Trogon elegans canescens, 31.75 cm / 12.5 in. Oak-pine woodlands of S. Arizona to NW Mexico. Photographed in February 2008.

Published in "Vermilion Flycatcher", April-June 2018/Volume 63, Number 2, page 2. Magazine published by Tucson Audubon Society.

Madera Picnic Area, Madera Canyon, Santa Cruz County, Arizona.

©bryanjsmith.

Tags:   Birds Elegant Trogon Trogon elegans Trogonidae Birds of Arizona Southwest Nature Trogon elegans canescens Birds of SE AZ Trogon ambiguus Coppery-tailed Trogon

N 14 B 906 C 12 E May 10, 2011 F May 9, 2011
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Sulpher-bellied Flycatcher, Tyrannidae, Myiodynastes luteiventris, 21.59 cm / 8.5 in. UNCOMMON in sycamores of mountain canyons, usually stays in canopies of tall trees.

Proctor Road, Madera Creek Trail, Madera Canyon, Pima County, Arizona, USA.

©bryanjsmith.

Tags:   Sulphur-bellied Flycatcher Tyrannidae Birds of Madera Canyon Birds of SE AZ Wild Birds Birds of Arizona Myiodynastes luteiventris Tyrant Flycatchers

N 18 B 950 C 20 E May 10, 2011 F May 9, 2011
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Virginia Rail, Rallus limicola, 24.13 cm / 9.5 in. Marshes with tall reedy vegetation like cattails, also wet meadows, rank growth at pond margins. Appeared suddenly out of the thick reeds and walked across the dike between settlement ponds.

Sweetwater Wetlands, Tucson, Pima County, Arizona, USA.

©bryanjsmith.

Tags:   Virginia Rail Rallus limicola Birds of Arizona Rallidae ©bryanjsmith Rails, Gallinules and Coots

N 31 B 2.8K C 38 E May 10, 2011 F May 10, 2011
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Female Varied Thrush, Ixoreus naevius, 24.13 cm. / 9.5 in. COMMON but inconspicuous in dense mature coniferous forest, dense wooded habitat. Photographed in January 2008.

Published (Tucson Audubon Society) in "Vermilion Flycatcher", page 15, APR-JUN 2015, Vol. 60, No.2

Rio Salado Wetland, Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona, United States.

©bryanjsmith.

Tags:   Varied Thrush Ixoreus naevius Zoothera naevia Turdidae Birds of North America Thrushes and Allies Birds of Arizona ©bryanjsmith

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American Pipit, Anthus rubescens, 16.51 cm. / 6.5 in. COMMON on tundra, expanses of open ground, fields and beaches.

Western Sod Farm, Santa Cruz Flats, Pinal County, Arizona, USA.

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Tags:   American Pipit Anthus rubescens Motacillidae Birds of Arizona Birds of North America Wagtails and Pipits ©bryanjsmith


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