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Well, I never like to refer to myself as a "birder" for some reason. "mammaler" or "herper" I have no problems with. I think I am just in a constant state of denial of the depth of my "birding". So, I might as well present another example of that hypocrisy by participating in a photo big year.

 

There are many great Big Years already posted and I find it interesting to see what species North America and Europe have in common. I will be following everyone else's with much interest.

 

I am going to do one month per post and include only one photo per species except on a few occasions to compare male vs. female, to show chicks, or in at least one case some interesting morphs.

 

Finally, since I am NOT a "birder" :), I might have some wrong IDs. Feel free to suggest corrections.

 

 

January started off with a bang as we joined a Tucson Audubon Society bird walk in Sabino Canyon (Exhibit A in the case against Alan's denial of being a "birder")

 

#1 - Ladder-backed Woodpecker, Sabino Canyon, Tucson, AZ

27861972336_6238791f2c_b.jpgDSC_2648_edited-1 by Alan Dahl, on Flickr

 

#2 - Orange-crowned Warbler, Sabino Canyon, Tucson, AZ

27820383701_b81ac2f59f_b.jpgDSC_2659_edited-1 by Alan Dahl, on Flickr

 

#3 - Greater Roadrunner, Sabino Canyon, Tucson, AZ

27861972216_36f249e3a7_b.jpgDSC_2702_edited-2 by Alan Dahl, on Flickr

 

The rest of January consists mainly of photos taken at our house. Many of them were actually taken through my office window since we occasionally fill a seed feeder on that side of the house.

 

#4 - Northern Cardinal, Catalina, AZ

27897014015_c81dd3694d_b.jpgDSC_2756_edited-1 by Alan Dahl, on Flickr

 

 

#5 - Hermit Thrush, Catalina State Park, AZ

27820376031_6406fbbcd6_b.jpgDSC_2809_edited-1 by Alan Dahl, on Flickr

 

 

#6 - Bridled Titmouse, Catalina State Park, AZ (love these guys)

27618589900_fefe7a26c4_b.jpgDSC_2843_edited-1 by Alan Dahl, on Flickr

 

#7 - Rufous-backed Robin, Catalina State Park, AZ (birders came from all over the place to see this bird as it is an Arizona rarity)

27897013445_3001a1e687_b.jpgDSC_2870_edited-1 by Alan Dahl, on Flickr

 

#8 - Rock Wren, Catalina State Park, AZ

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#9 - Ruby-crowned Kinglet, Florida Canyon, AZ

27897013395_b8306027aa_b.jpgDSC_2914_edited-1 by Alan Dahl, on Flickr

 

#10 - Black-chinned Sparrow, Florida Canyon, AZ

27820375421_3b8f4c5a13_b.jpgDSC_2929_edited-1 by Alan Dahl, on Flickr

 

#11 - Lincoln Sparrow, Catalina, AZ

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#12 - Grasshopper Sparrow - Catalina, AZ

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#13 - Canyon Towhee - Catalina, AZ

27897013275_6881c7b7a0_b.jpgDSC_3061_edited-1 by Alan Dahl, on Flickr

 

 

#14 - Clay-colored Sparrow - Honey Bee Canyon, Oro Valley, AZ

27618600770_d1444f9aa0_b.jpgDSC_3079_edited-1 by Alan Dahl, on Flickr

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Well, I never like to refer to myself as a "birder" for some reason. "mammaler" or "herper" I have no problems with. I think I am just in a constant state of denial of the depth of my "birding". So

Yup, no "birders" on this forum, that's for sure . Moving on to February...   #15 - White-throated Sparrow, Catalina State Park, AZ DSC_3113_edited-1 by Alan Dahl, on Flickr #16 - Gray Flycatcher

Now begins the long list from Barranco Alto in the Southern Pantanal.   #264 - Chopi Blackbird, Barranco Alto, Brazil     #265 - Green-barred Woodpecker, Barranco Alto, Brazil     #266 - C

Tdgraves

Welcome @@Atdahl I think you'll find that none of us are birders ;)

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michael-ibk

Absolutely, none of us, that would be silly. :)

 

Welcome to the Big Year - great shots, especially like the Roadrunner and the Cardinal.

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Great start! I should've looked harder for birds while we were in AZ but I wasn't a "birder" back in January :P

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Yup, no "birders" on this forum, that's for sure :) . Moving on to February...

 

#15 - White-throated Sparrow, Catalina State Park, AZ
27820375351_8ed37601b5_b.jpgDSC_3113_edited-1 by Alan Dahl, on Flickr

#16 - Gray Flycatcher, Catalina State Park, AZ
27820383411_141cb08c9e_b.jpgDSC_3130_edited-1 by Alan Dahl, on Flickr

#17 - Black-throated Sparrow, Catalina State Park, AZ
27618589390_64e3bbc814_b.jpgDSC_3285_edited-1 by Alan Dahl, on Flickr

#18 - Blue-gray Gnatcatcher, Oracle State Park, AZ
27618599820_b4ebb2ddd0_b.jpgDSC_3328_edited-1 by Alan Dahl, on Flickr

#19 - Harris's Hawk, Catalina Regional Park, AZ
27820375281_c529440cdd_b.jpgDSC_3343_edited-1 by Alan Dahl, on Flickr

#20 - Cactus Wren, Catalina, AZ
27861971686_62459cb161_b.jpgDSC_3357_edited-1 by Alan Dahl, on Flickr

 

 

#21 - Sage Thrasher, Catalina Regional Park, AZ

27820382851_7cbf0bb69a_b.jpgDSC_3379_edited-1 by Alan Dahl, on Flickr

 

 

#22 - Costa's Hummingbird, Catalina, AZ

27618599690_4b6224e240_b.jpgDSC_3395_edited-1 by Alan Dahl, on Flickr

 

 

#23 - Rufous-winged Sparrow, Catalina, AZ

27820382591_b757112f97_b.jpgDSC_3437_edited-1 by Alan Dahl, on Flickr

 

 

#24 - Vermillion Flycatcher, Catalina, AZ

27861971536_c3825640e5_b.jpgDSC_3461_edited-1 by Alan Dahl, on Flickr

 

 

#25 - Red-naped Sapsucker, Catalina State Park, AZ

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#26 - Lawrence's Goldfinch, Catalina State Park, AZ

27618599370_e0788f6d43_b.jpgDSC_3527_edited-1 by Alan Dahl, on Flickr

 

 

#27 - Chipping Sparrow, Catalina State Park, AZ

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@@Atdahl

Welcome aboard! A great start with lots of lovely photos.

I am finding it really interesting to see the birds in different parts of the world and the whole idea of th Big Year has really increased my interest in birds.

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Peter Connan

Welcome to the Big Year @@Atdahl !

Some very pretty birds so far!

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elefromoz

@@Atdahl, great to see some more Nth American birds, I'll be a bit more familiar with a few when I get back there one day(if the Aussie $ ever rallies). The Road Runner would be something to see.

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Thanks for the encouragement all. Although, you may change your tune after weeding through March. You see, I photographed A LOT of birds in March. So, I might was well get to it..

 

#28 - Black-throated Gray Warbler, Catalina, AZ

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#29 - Broad-billed Hummingbird, Catalina, AZ

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Now, the fun begins because we spent the next 8 days in Costa Rica...

 

#30 - Inca Dove, Toucan Rescue Ranch, Costa Rica

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#31 - Bronzed Cowbird, Toucan Rescue Ranch, Costa Rica

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#32 - Montezuma Oropendola, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#33 - Passerini's Tanager, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#34 - Bananaquit, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#35 - Green Honeycreeper, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#36 - Black-striped Sparrow, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#37 - Broad-billed Motmot, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#38 - Great Currossow (female), Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#39 - Crested Guan, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#40 - Cattle Egret, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#41 - Blue-black Grosbeak, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#42 - White-collared Seedeater, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#43 - Sulfur-bellied Flycatcher, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#44 - Northern Rough-winged Swallow, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#45 - Yellow-faced Grassquit, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#46 - Emerald Tanager, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#47 - Collared Aracari, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#48 - Scarlet-thighed Dacnis, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#49 - Chestnut-sided Warbler, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#50 - Violaceous Trogon, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#51 - Black-throated Trogon, Mistico Hanging Bridges, Costa Rica

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#52 - Rufous Motmots, Mistico Hanging Bridges, Costa Rica

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#53 - Slaty-tailed Trogons, Mistico Hanging Bridges, Costa Rica

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#54 - Cinnamon Becard, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#55 - Buff-rumped Warbler, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#56 - Bicolored Antbird, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#57 - Spotted Antbird, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#58 - Ocellated Antbird, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#59 - Common Tody-flycatcher, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#60 - Brown Violet-ear Hummingbird, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#61 - Magnificent Hummingbird, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#62 - Violet-crowned Woodnymph, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#63 - Bay-headed Tanager, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#64 - Spectacled Owl, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#65 - House Wren, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#66 - Shining Honeycreeper, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#67 - Variable Seedeater, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#68 - Sooty Robin, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#69 - Great Kiskadee, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#70 - Red-billed Pigeon, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#71 - White-throated Robin, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#72 - Great Black Hawk, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#73 - Baltimore Oriole, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#74 - Clay-colored Robin, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

 

The Clay-colored Robin (Recently renamed Clay-colored Thrush for some reason) is the national bird of Costa Rica

 

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#75 - Melodious Blackbird, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#76 - Pale-billed Woodpecker, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#77 - Golden-winged Warbler, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#78 - Swainson's Thrush, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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#79 - Gray-capped Flycatcher, Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica

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Wow, that was a bit of a pain. Seems that there is a photo limit per post that I keep breaking.

 

So, it's time for a breather. March is to be continued...

 

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michael-ibk

Love the Costa Rica set, beautiful birds and wonderful shots.

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PeterHG

Spectacular collection from Costa Rica, @@Atdahl ! It brings back quite a few memories, too. Keep them coming!

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@@michael-ibk & @@PeterHG, thanks a lot. Costa Rica sure has some amazing birds. So, let's continue with more from Tirimbina Lodge...

 

#80 - Yellow Warbler, Tirimbina Lodge, Costa Rica

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#81 - Black and White Warbler, Tirimbina Lodge, Costa Rica

 

Not a very good picture but my only sighting of this bird ever.

 

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#82 - Olive-throated Parakeet, Tirimbina Lodge, Costa Rica

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#83 - White-tipped Dove, Tirimbina Lodge, Costa Rica

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#84 - White-flanked Antwren (another lifer), Tirimbina Lodge, Costa Rica

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#85 - White-fronted Nunbird, Tirimbina Lodge, Costa Rica

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#86 - Wood Thrush, Tirimbina Lodge, Costa Rica

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#87 - Yellow-throated Euphonia, Tirimbina Lodge, Costa Rica

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#88 - Summer Tanager (female), Tirimbina Lodge, Costa Rica

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#89 - Short-tailed Hawk, Tirimbina Lodge, Costa Rica

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#90 - Gray-headed Chachalaca (that's fun to say), Tirimbina Lodge, Costa Rica

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Down the street from Tirimbina Lodge is a place specializing in bird photography. So, this non-birder couldn't pass up an opportunity like that...

 

#91 - Blue-gray Tanager, Costa Rica Nature Pavillion

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#92 - Golden-hooded Tanager, Costa Rica Nature Pavillion

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#93 - Red-legged Honeycreeper, Costa Rica Nature Pavillion (One of my favorite CR birds)

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#94 - Crimson-collared Tanager, Costa Rica Nature Pavillion

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#95 - Olive-backed Euphonia, Costa Rica Nature Pavillion

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#96 - Tennessee Warbler, Costa Rica Nature Pavillion

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#97 - White-necked Jacobin, Costa Rica Nature Pavillion

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#98 - Scaly-breasted Hummingbird, Costa Rica Nature Pavillion

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#99 - Rufous-tailed Hummingbird, Costa Rica Nature Pavillion

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#100 - Palm Tanager, Costa Rica Nature Pavillion

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TonyQ

A wonderful selection of birds and photos from Costa Rica. Really beautiful.

I think my favourite is the Violet-crowned Woodnymph, lovely photo and a great name.

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Soukous

Super shots. Every one of those would be a first timer for me. So there are birds outside Africa, who'd have thought it? :o

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@@TonyQ, I think that's one of my favorite names too.

 

@@Soukous, yup and they are colorful too! The first trip to a new continent is always thrilling since 99% of species are likely new. Reason # 324 on why I need to get to Africa, Australia, and Asia some day...

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OK, let's continue with March in Costa Rica.

 

#101 - Black-cheeked Woodpecker, Costa Rica Nature Pavillion

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#102 - Keel-billed Motmot, Tirimbina Lodge, Costa Rica

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#103 - Buff-throated Saltator, Tirimbina Lodge, Costa Rica

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#104 - Black-throated Trogon, Tirimbina Lodge, Costa Rica

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#105 - Red-throated Ant Tanager, Tirimbina Lodge, Costa Rica

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That's it for Costa Rica. If I counted right that's 76 bird species photographed and I still have a few I haven't been able to identify but I fear they will stay in the "unknown" category forever. Oh well. Now back to Arizona for one last March bird.

 

#106 - Gila Woodpecker, Catalina AZ

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And now...on to April...

 

#107 - Blue-winged Teal, Sweetwater Wetlands, Tucson, Arizona

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In mid-April my 200-500mm lens arrived..and I had lots of fun with it. It's a great bird lens. Once in a while the birds were TOO close...

 

#108 - Lazuli Bunting, Catalina, AZ

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#109 - Lucy's Warbler, Sabino Canyon, Tucson, AZ

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#110 - Brown-crested Flycatcher, Catalina State Park, AZ

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#111 - Wilson's Warbler, Catalina State Park, AZ

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#112 - Rufous-crowned Sparrow, Catalina State Park, AZ

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#113 - Lesser Goldfinch, Catalina, AZ

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#114 - Gambel's Quail, Catalina, AZ

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We had two separate Gambel's quail families around our property. One with 7 chicks and one with 4. Both families have made it but there are only 6 chicks in family #1 last time I saw them. Here is a shot of mama all 7 chicks when they were young.

 

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#115 - House Finch, Catalina, AZ

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Interestingly enough, we see two other House Finch morphs at our feeder. A yellow one and an orange one.

 

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#116 - Cooper's Hawk, Catalina, AZ

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And so ends April...

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@@TonyQ, I think that's one of my favorite names too.

 

@@Soukous, yup and they are colorful too! The first trip to a new continent is always thrilling since 99% of species are likely new. Reason # 324 on why I need to get to Africa, Australia, and Asia some day...

 

I find bird distribution very fascinating. Earlier on you showed a Trogon from CR. Now we have a different species of Trogon here. It is very obviously a different species, but it is also obviously related, as the basic shape and stature are almost identical, yet the marking and coloration are completely different.

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@@Atdahl that 200-500 certainly is a good bird lens!

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@@Peter Connan, I totally agree. I am actually interested to see how many common birds we all have in our Big Years from different continents. I know the House Sparrow and European Starling are common in reports from multiple continents but I haven't taken the time to figure out other common species.

 

@@TonyQ, thanks. The families are great fun to watch. They also make some great sounds this time of year.

 

@@Tdgraves. Yes, I am quite happy with it. Too bad it came a month late for Costa Rica :( .

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"April showers brings a May trip to Yellowstone". Isn't that how that saying goes...? No? Well it should...

 

But first, a few Arizona birds...

 

#117 - Black-headed Grosbeak, Catalina, AZ

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#118 - Northern Mockingbird, Catalina, AZ

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#119 - Lark Sparrow, Catalina, AZ

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#120 - Abert's Towhee, Catalina, AZ

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#121 - Western Tanager, Catalina, AZ

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And now on to Yellowstone which is not known as a go to birding location but they still have a few...

 

#122 - Ruffed Grouse, Yellowstone NP

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#123 - Gray Jay, Yellowstone NP

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#124 - Black-billed Magpie, Yellowstone NP

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#125 - Yellow-headed Blackbird, Yellowstone NP

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#126 - Western Meadowlark, Yellowstone NP

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#127 - Great-horned Owls, Yellowstone NP

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#128 - Harlequin Ducks, Yellowstone NP

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#129 - American Dipper, Yellowstone NP

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#130 - Spotted Sandpiper, Yellowstone NP

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#131 - Mountain Bluebirds, Yellowstone NP

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