Birds

  • rufous-capped warbler

This bold warbler prefers lush thorn-scrub canyons. It commonly forages in the understory or even at ground level.

Type of Content: Species Profile
  • northern crested caracara

The northern crested caracara is widespread in Sonora's lower country, including much of the Sonoran Desert, semi-desert grasslands, and thorn-scrub. It is uncommon in Arizona except on the Tohono...

Type of Content: Species Profile
Grey Hawk Juvenile Flying
Type of Content: Image Content
Grey Hawk Perched
Type of Content: Image Content
Unknown Impid Flycatcher

Probably pacific-slope flycatcher

Type of Content: Image Content
Type of Content: Image Content
Crested caracara on saguaro
Type of Content: Image Content
Bald eagles on nest in Sonora by the Rio Yaqui

This bald eagle nest has been occupied at this spot on the Rio Yaqui for many years. They continue to nest here after the building of the Sahuaripa bridge nearby.

Type of Content: Image Content
Crested caracara on saguaro
Type of Content: Image Content
Golden eagle flying
Type of Content: Image Content
Red-tailed Hawk perched
Type of Content: Image Content
Sinaloa Wren, Sonora
Type of Content: Image Content
  • Map of Joe Marshall study area

Woodland of mixed pines and oaks is familiar mountain scenery in Mexico, whence it extends into southeastern Arizona along with many kinds of Mexican birds. This woodland occupies a belt from...

Type of Content: Reports, Papers, Journal Articles

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