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A week in beautiful southeastern Arizona. Last updated: 1/13/2007.

Above and below two: An Elegant Trogon at Patagonia Lake State Park (1/7/2007). Finding this rare and beautiful bird was definitely a highlight of the trip.

Below: A Mexican Spotted Owl in Scheelite Canyon in the Huachuca Mountains (1/8/2007).

Below: Mexican Jays in Madera Canyon, Arizona (1/7/2007).

Below: A Broad-billed Hummingbird at Boyce Thompson Arboretum (1/6/2007).

Below: A Scaled Quail near Ramsey Canyon (1/8/2007).

Below: A Gray-headed Junco at Madera Canyon, Arizona (1/7/2007).

Below: A male Phainopepla in the desert scrub near Florida Wash (1/7/2007), and female in Saguaro NP (1/11/2007).

Below: A Prairie Falcon in Sulphur Springs Valley (1/8/2007).

Below: A Gila Woodpecker near Sonoita (1/7/2007).

Below: A Black-throated Sparrow in Saguaro National Park (1/11/2007).

Below: A Black-necked Stilt at Gilbert Water Ranch (1/6/2007).

Below: A Long-billed Dowitcher at Gilbert Water Ranch (1/6/2007).

Below: A Cactus Wren surveys the Saguaro National Park picnic area (1/11/2007).

Below: A female Great-tailed Grackle feasts on a dead fish at Gilbert Water Ranch (1/6/2007).

Below: A Canyon Towhee at Saguaro National Park (1/11/2007).

Below: A Ferruginous Hawk in Sulphur Springs Valley (1/8/2007).

Below: Some lovely scenes from southeastern Arizona.


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