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Highlights: a) single Osprey high overhead, heading steadily north, first April record, and one of only a handful of spring records at the EOP.b) a mix of long-legged waders, including 3 Cattle Egrets and an adult Black-crowned Night-Heron.To unsubscribe use the Unsubscribe button on that page. Hi folks, A Harris's Sparrow was spotted at the Foothills Road feeders in Portal this morning.The bird was feeding among White-crowned Sparrows in the public area. Lemmon north of Tucson with Mark Stevenson and Molly Pollock after having successfully confirmed and documented the USs first RED WARBLER first reported by birding friend Janet Moore earlier today.It makes our job a lot easier and ensures your photos will be posted more quickly. Please email any corrections to postings to the photo editors.The AZFO Photo Gallery is found at: on "Photo Documentation" The AZFO Sound Library of sound recordings is found at: on "Sounds Library" Arizona Field Ornithologists welcomes Arizona rarity photo contributions from all photographers throughout the state. also welcomes contributions to its Sounds Library of bird vocalizations recorded in Arizona and nearby areas. you enjoy the AZFO web site, please consider joining AZFO and supporting our other activities. Lauren Harter and David Vander Pluym AZFO Photo Editors Home Page: https://list.arizona.edu/sympa...The latest report for the county is 4/25/14 at Top-of-the-World.Doug Jenness This morning a male Nashville warbler came to our water feature briefly.
This pair has been present for several weeks, I believe.
With several nocturnal species found before the trip started, the day's list was 82 species, a record high for the EOP this year, and for April in general.
Many thanks to all our visitors for their patience, and for their skills in finding birds this morning.
A good variety of birds included 2 Woodhouse's Scrub-Jays in the parking area; many vireos (Bell's, Hutton's, Cassin's, Warbling) and gnatcatchers (both Blue-grey and Black-tailed), a Zone-tailed Hawk, and my FOS Scott's Oriole. Betsy Checchia Tucson, AZHi, birders, This morning a full house of birders walked the Sierra Vista EOP dikes, with visitors from DC, IL, OH, MT, NC, etc., as well as Canadians.
Despite some hitches at the beginning, the group tally was 80 species at the morning's end.