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Checklist S32911685

 
Location
Patagonia Lake State Park, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, US ( Map ) ( Hotspot )
Date and Effort
Wed Dec 07, 2016 8:44 AM
Protocol:
Traveling
Party Size:
18
Duration:
2 hour(s), 56 minute(s)
Distance:
1.5 mile(s)
Observers:
Kenneth Zaslow
Submitted from eBird for iOS, version 1.4.107
Species
46 species (+1 other taxa) total
3
Cinnamon Teal
6
Northern Shoveler
6
Gadwall
6
Mallard/Mexican Duck
7
Green-winged Teal
1
Canvasback
1
Ring-necked Duck
1
Greater Scaup

Nearby lesser scaup gave a nice comparison. This bird had a rounded head. It was larger and had a heavier bill than the lesser scaup. Seen with Tom Wood and his co-leader Matt on a Road Scholar birding trip.

3
Lesser Scaup
4
Ruddy Duck
2
Pied-billed Grebe
3
Anna's Hummingbird
3
American Coot
1
Killdeer
1
Double-crested Cormorant
1
Great Blue Heron
1
Red-tailed Hawk
2
Ladder-backed Woodpecker
1
American Kestrel
2
Black Phoebe
1
Eastern Phoebe

Typical flycatcher behavior and downward wagging of its tail. Black head, dark back and tail, white throat, pale gray chest and white underside. Seen with Tom Wood and his co-leader Matt Brown on a Road Scholar birding trip..

1
Say's Phoebe
1
Loggerhead Shrike
3
Common Raven
1
Bridled Titmouse
2
Verdin
1
House Wren
1
Pacific Wren

Continuing bird. Small dark wren with a short tail held In an upward position. Short, buffy supercilium is present. Bill is black and short with a slight down-curve. Overall plumage, including the belly, is darker than a Winter Wren. Vocalization matches that of a Pacific Wren on the Sibley app. The bird was seen on a Road Scholar trip led by Tom Wood and his co-leader Matt Brown.

3
Marsh Wren
2
Bewick's Wren
2
Black-capped Gnatcatcher

One bird was heard calling. A second bird, a female was seen. It had a narrow, pointy bill , longer than other gnatcathers. A white eye ring, brownish back, long tail held at a 45 degree angle, and white underside. Seen with Tom Wood and his co-leader Matt Brown on a Road Scholar birding trip.

3
Ruby-crowned Kinglet
1
Hermit Thrush
6
House Finch
30
Chipping Sparrow
1
Lark Bunting
5
White-crowned Sparrow
2
Song Sparrow
4
Lincoln's Sparrow
2
Abert's Towhee
1
Rufous-crowned Sparrow
16
Red-winged Blackbird
12
Great-tailed Grackle
1
Orange-crowned Warbler
6
Yellow-rumped Warbler (Audubon's)
2
Northern Cardinal
1
Pyrrhuloxia
 

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Yes