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In addition to the one Sean reported yesterday at Central Arizona College -Signal Peak Campus near Coolidge, at least 4 others have been reported.On 4/3 one was reported at Top-of-the-World east of Superior; on 2/23 one was at Queen Valley; and at the Santa Cruz Flats one has been hanging out near the pecan grove on Nutt and Barrett roads between 3/10 and 4/4 and in the Baumgartner/Wheeler/Picacho area one of three that were there in the late fall and early winter continued into this year and was last reported 3/23.Harris's Sparrow had not previously been reported for the property. The bird was originally found earlier today by Janet and friend at the Amphitheater at the end of the Rose Canyon road ( day use fee here if you drive in). Good birding, Dave Stejskal Sent from my i Phone Hi birders: Highlighted birds: At Rose Canyon; a pair of Buff breasted Flycatchers just past the park host's trailer, and a Grace's Warbler at the first campsite on right.The bird was still in the same area just after pm this afternoon working the leafless willows along the stream immediately upstream from the Amphitheater. Both easily accessible by walking down from the highway turnoff.It was feeding on something (unknown), and was not bothered as he walked past with our dog.It eventually lifted off, and Jim saw it flying overhead at the SE corner of Fort Lowell Park.
The colorful Yellow-headed Blackbirds were also vocal, with their odd, strangled songs.
Got a blurry photo, but it did cinch the ID, we saw the chestnut crown patch.
What a beautiful bird - and a first for us in 5 yrs at this location. Jim saw a Zone-tailed hawk on one of the phone poles along the access road from Glenn to the Pet Cemetery this morning, as well.
Marshall Gulch; Just past the entrance sign, and just past Summerhaven; from the road, a Red faced Warbler. I saw one, maybe two, adult male Lucifer Hummingbirds this morning along Guindani Canyon Trail accessed thru Kartchner Caverns SP trailhead. Pete Siminski Yesterday(4/8) I took a spin around southern Tucson and into Avra Valley.
At the pool on South Indian Agency Rd & Los Reales Rd (Hotspot) I found two White-faced Ibis. On South Sandario Road, 15 Black Vultures were in the roadside with 4 more in the air.