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Bird Watching Photos - SOUTHEAST ARIZONA EXTENSION

     
Photo Flame-colored Tanager in Madera Canyon. This Mexican vagrant occasionally mates with a Western Tanager, which can become quite confusing.
Photo by Jerome Smith
Aztec Thrush, one of two in Madera Canyon.
Photo by John Puschock, tour leader
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Photo Montezuma Quail is a rare, resident, local breeding bird. It is probably the most difficult regular Arizona breeder to find.
Photo by David Schutsky, tour leader
Green Kingfisher is occasional along the San Pedro River.
Photo by Mark Hubinger
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Photo White-eared Hummingbird is rare but regular in very small numbers. The feeders in Miller and Ramsey Canyons are probably the most reliable locations
Photo by John McNamara
Brown Pelican can occur on any large body of water. We found ours on Patagonia Lake, next to a Reddish Egret!
Photos by Tom Amico, tour participant
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Photo I have been lucky enough to find two different Purple Gallinules at the Sweetwater Wetlands in Tucson. The first one, pictured here, was a juvenile. The second was an adult.
Photo by Jim Hays
Patagonia Lake also produced a Clark's Grebe for us on a previous tour.
Photo by Tom Amico, tour participant
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Photo by John & Melanie Dicus
It has not happened yet, but we could find either a Cinnamon Hummingbird or a Tufted Flycatcher. Maybe this will be the year! There is at least one previous record of each in Arizona
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Photo by Misty Vaughn
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