List of birds of Canada

Опубликовано08.11.2018 в 19:32АвторZulkill






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Virtually all birds seek water for drinking and bathing and so these birds will also move into riparian and other areas with water. Desert birds tend to be much more abundant where the vegetation is lusher and thus offers more insects, fruit and seeds as food.

Washes, canyons and bajadas tend to be birdier than desolate creosote flats. Where the Arizona cities of Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tucson and Mesa adjoin desert washes or foothills these birds can be common as well. Drought forces more desert birds to move into moister, man-altered habitats. Birds more likely to be seen in and near water or riparian zones are shown on Riparian and Wetland Birds. Editing suggestions were kindly provided by Carol Anderson.

Verdin Auriparus flaviceps Common, year-round along desert washes, riparian streams and in cities. Yellow head and small maroon patch on shoulder.

More info Gambel's Quail Callipepla gambelii Forages and runs on ground. Top feather on head curves forward. Rufous cap and black face. More info Greater Roadrunner Geococcyx californianus Terrestrial and avid runner. Long tail and conspicuous crest. Red and white eye brow. More info Cactus Wren Campylorhynchus brunneicapillus Highly vocal wren of foothills and washes. Large by wren standards. White eyebrow and dark bib breaking into spots on belly. White patch in wing visible in flight.

Distinct crest and red eyes. More info Northern Mockingbird Mimus polyglottos Musical singer and common in many habitats. Largely gray color with bold black and white in long tail and wings. More info Gilded Flicker Colaptes chrysodes Large bird with heavy bill and a black bib. Chest and belly are boldly spotted. Usually near saguaro cactus. Mostly black and white with fine barring on the back. Female has no red on head. More info Black-tailed Gnatcatcher Polioptila melanura Sprite little birds, sharply gray, white and black with a long tail.

Tail black on underside. Black cap fades in winter. Common near desert washes. Common in cites, desert washes and riparian habitats. Females of Costa's, Anna's and Black-chinned v.

More info White-winged Dove Zenaida asiatica Larger. White patch in wing. Spring and summer, rare rest of year. More info Mourning Dove Zenaida macroura Common year-round esp. Blue skin around eyes. More info Curve-billed Thrasher Toxostoma curvirostre Almost uniformly gray-brown bird with very faint speckles on chest.

Long curved bill, long tail, yellow-orange eyes. More info Bendire's Thrasher Toxostoma bendirei Ever so slightly smaller than curve-billed thrasher, with bill that is usually shorter and less curved. Brushy desert slopes and canyons. More info Leconte's Thrasher Toxostoma lecontei Uncommon. Restricted to low salt bush covered desert habitat. More info Rock Wren Salpinctes obsoletus Small, active, common wren of rocky tops and hillsides.

Underside pale with a bit of rust towards lower belly. Hunts on ground scrambling between rocks. Brown streaking lower belly. Common to abundant along washes, in cities and at feeders. Heavy streaking on chest and belly. More info Canyon Towhee Pipilo fuscus Mostly brown. Rusty cap and faint necklace of darker spots below throat.

Common in foothills but wary and often unnoticed. Yellow belly, darker head, conical beak. More info Ash-throated Flycatcher Myiarchus cinerascens Upright posture for sallying out to catch bugs mid-air.

Pale gray throat, pale yellow belly, rusty-brown on tail and wings. More info Brown-crested Flycatcher Myiarchus tyrannulus Upright posture for sallying out to catch bugs mid-air. Similar to Ash-throated, but bill is heavier and lower belly yellow usu.

More info Say's Phoebe Sayornis saya Upright posture. Fields and open areas near river flood plains. Tends to avoid driest areas. Likes farming areas and pastures. Pale gray with yellow belly. More info Black-throated Sparrow Amphispiza bilineata Commonly in groups foraging near ground.

Bold black bib and white lines above and below eyes. More info White-crowned Sparrow Zonotrichia leucophrys Sharply contrasting black and white crown. Common to abundant in winter months. More info Brewer's Sparrow Spizella breweri Small, gray-brown sparrow with finely streaked crown and clear, pale breast. Pale bill with dark tip.

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More info Rufous-winged Sparrow Peucaea carpalis From Tucson area south look in mesquite bosque - grassland areas. Rusty crown and two whisker marks.

5 May Bird Identification. Mostly blackish, or dark gray, bluish black, etc. Eye ring. Tail stripes (along) Tail bands (across) Wing bands or bars.

More info Lucy's Warbler Vermivora luciae Small, active bird found especially in mesquites. Gray and white with rufous patch on crown and rump. More info Loggerhead Shrike Lanius ludovicianus Predatory song bird. Hefty bill with hook. Gray and white plumage with black mask. Perches high in open. Azure blue back and gray-white throat and belly. More info Western Meadowlark Sturnella neglecta Medium sized bird with yellow chest marked with black 'v'.

Winter bird mostly of agric. More info Lesser Nighthawk Chordeiles acutipennis Crepuscular and nocturnal. Acrobatic flights chasing insects in sky. White bands near wing tips.

Cryptic plumage for daytime resting. More info Turkey Vulture Cathartes aura May appear entirely black soaring in distance. With better light red head and two-toned plumage visible. More info Common Raven Corvus corax Soaring all-black bird. Often flying in pairs that croak loudly to each other.

More common towards mountains but ranges widely. More info Harris's Hawk Parabuteo unicinctus Nearly black plumage contrasting with rich rusty-brown on shoulders and thighs. Bright white patch at base of tail in flight. Black feathers on wrists. Most common in winter and near agric. More info Ferruginous Hawk Winter reident.

Rusty legs form a 'V' against white belly when seen overhead. More info Swainson's Hawk Buteo swainsoni Migratory soaring bird - appearing in Sonoran Desert only briefly in spring and fall.

Light bands on tail. More info American Kestrel Falco sparverius Small raptor but clearly heavily built. Coppery and steel-gray upper mantle.

Virtually all birds seek water for drinking and bathing and so these birds will also move into riparian and other areas with water.


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  1. 16.11.2018
    Mezizil

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