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October 25th, 2013
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Rufous-capped Warbler, American White Pelican

More great birding in Pima and Santa Cruz counties. 76 species in all.

Florida Canyon:
Three RUFOUS-CAPPED WARBLERS in the previously-described location by the ‘East Bend’.
Several BLACK-CHINNED SPARROWS, GRAY FLYCATCHER.

Madera Canyon:
Our only sapsuckers were RED-NAPED in various locations.
A late RUFOUS HUMMINGBIRD (despite the lodge taking down their hummingbird feeders for the winter), female HEPATIC TANAGER and INCA DOVE at Santa Rita Lodge. Jake Mohlmann had an Olive Warbler just before we arrived.
MAGNIFICENT HUMMINGBIRDS, TOWNSEND’S WARBLER and PAINTED REDSTART at Madera Kubo Cabins.

Amado Pond:
AMERICAN WHITE PELICAN, four BLACK-BELLIED WHISTLING-DUCKS, three EARED GREBES, three male and one female BRONZED COWBIRDS.

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Rio Rico:
PEREGRINE FALCON over the pond. Still quite a few TURKEY VULTURES in the area, probably here for the winter.

Patagonia Lake Rd:
BOTTERI’S SPARROW along Circulo Montana.

Patagonia:
CASSIN’S KINGBIRD in the park.

San Rafael Valley:
PRAIRIE FALCON.

 

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