Birds of the Evergreen Forest of the High Elevations

 

Mexican Chickadee

Red-faced Warbler

Yellow-eyed- Junco

Golden-crowned Kinglet

Violet-green Swallow

Red-breasted Nuthatch

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The Chiricahuas

The Chiricahuas 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Hermit Thrush

 


Yellow-eyed Junco

The ponderosa pine belt begins at about 7000 feet. At higher elevations there are spruce and fir. These are some the birds that can be found here: Red-Faced Warbler, Yellow-Rumped Warbler, Olive Warbler, Western Tanager, Steller's Jay, Hairy Woodpecker, Greater Pewee, three species of nuthatch, Violet-green Swallow, Common Raven, House Wren, Western Bluebird, Hermit Thrush, Black-headed Grosbeak, Yellow-Eyed Junco. With luck you might see a Red-Crossbill or an Evening Grosbeak.


Western Tanager


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