Status in SE Arizona: Uncommon resident.
Timing: Can occur year round, mostly Mar-Oct.
Status in USA: Found in Arizona and a small part of New Mexico only.
Habitat/location: Mid to higher elevation oak and pine forests. Never common and often difficult to find. Winters at mid elevation in canyons, often associated with titmouse or kinglet flocks. Madera Canyon, Mt Lemmon and the Dragoon Mountains are all worth checking.
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