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Location
De Anza Trail--Tubac, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, US ( Map ) ( Hotspot )
Date and Effort
Tue Apr 14, 2015 2:30 PM
Protocol:
Traveling
Party Size:
2
Duration:
4 hour(s), 45 minute(s)
Distance:
1.0 mile(s)
Observers:
Diana Doyle , Sue Plankis List
Comments:
From visitor center south, 1 mi x 2, 75f, 30% clouds, calm, stayed until last light.
Submitted from BirdLog NA for iOS, version 1.8
Species
43 species (+1 other taxa) total
2
Mallard/Mexican Duck
2
Eurasian Collared-Dove

Heard

1
Inca Dove

Heard

1
Common Ground-Dove

By visitor center

2
White-winged Dove
1
Black-chinned Hummingbird

building a nest out of spider webs, right along trail near sinaloa wren site.

15
Broad-billed Hummingbird

Approx

1
Sora

Heard, cattail area

1
Turkey Vulture
1
Cooper's Hawk
1
Gray Hawk
4
Gila Woodpecker
1
Greater Pewee

near north end, north of visitor center area

1
Gray Flycatcher

Empid, wing bars, dropping tail behavior

4
Say's Phoebe
4
Vermilion Flycatcher
2
Dusky-capped Flycatcher

Heard heeeere call often from mature woods, 2 locations

1
Ash-throated Flycatcher

myiarchus feeding in open brushy/short tree area behind houses.

3
Bell's Vireo

Singing constantly

1
Plumbeous Vireo

Singing and seen

2
Warbling Vireo

Singing and 1 seen

2
Common Raven
10
Northern Rough-winged Swallow
1
White-breasted Nuthatch
1
Bewick's Wren
1
Sinaloa Wren

Continuing rarity. We spent a couple of hours at the known site, by power line crossing. Arrived to hear an odd song, like the one we had listened to on Macaulay, but not as long. Couldn't see it. Then had a wren fly up from the known stump/brush pile area onto the path briefly, very dark brown with supercilium, but the view was too short to be sure. Over the time we spent there, we often heard the unique double-scold call, matched precisely to a local guide's audio. Best view was of it below the large stump: it was very brown, not grayish like BEWR, one of us got a look at the face which at a distance melded to a very light gray overall cheek area (not smudgy by the auriculars like BEWR), while the other of us saw the undertail coverts, much more barred than the undertail of BEWRs we compared locally.

2
Black-tailed Gnatcatcher
3
House Finch
3
Pine Siskin
5
Lesser Goldfinch
2
Rufous-winged Sparrow

up along wall by residences

10
Chipping Sparrow
5
Lark Sparrow
2
Song Sparrow

Heard

1
Green-tailed Towhee

near SIWR site, flushed by a dog.

3
Red-winged Blackbird
1
Brown-headed Cowbird

Heard

1
Orange-crowned Warbler
7
Lucy's Warbler

singing throughout from mesquite.

1
Common Yellowthroat

Heard

2
Yellow Warbler
1
Black-throated Gray Warbler
2
Northern Cardinal
5
House Sparrow
 

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Yes