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A few from Arizona

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nkwali

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From the Desert Botanical Gardens in Phoenix:
Greater Roadrunner & snack
Greater Roadrunner and snack by Nkwali, on Flickr

Verdin
Verdin by Nkwali, on Flickr

Gambel's Quail - male
Gambel's Quail by Nkwali, on Flickr

Gambel's Quail - female
Gambel's Quail by Nkwali, on Flickr

Anna's Hummingbird
Anna's Hummingbird by Nkwali, on Flickr

Lesser Goldfinch
Lesser Goldfinch by Nkwali, on Flickr

Gila Woodpecker
Gila Woodpecker by Nkwali, on Flickr

Curve-billed Thrasher
Curve-billed Thrasher by Nkwali, on Flickr
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Great variety - I saw most of them (except for the Roadrunner)  at the same location on March 24 when we visited the place. Later on in Sedona I was lucky to see a Lucy's Warbler and also a Canyon Towhee.
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Wow, just awesome!
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Dinu:
Any photos of the Lucy's or the Canyon Towhee?
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Quote from: "nkwali"
Dinu:
Any photos of the Lucy's or the Canyon Towhee?
Here are two photos of Lucy's Warbler and one for Canyon Towhee. We stayed in a hotel near the Bell Rock in Sedona. One morning I walked to the park in search of local birds. It was a very overcast day, so the photos came out a little muted.
#1 & #2; Lucy's Warbler. Rufous rump (photo 2) with rusty crown (photo 1) indicative of a male.



#3 Canyon Towhee
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Cool shots DInu. Thanks for posting them. I'll have to go further afield next time I'm in Phoenix.
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