Saturday, May 28, 2016

Birding Incinerator Ridge, Mount Lemmon

After Rose Canyon Lake, Christine and I wanted to make a quick stop at Incinerator Ridge just to see what was going on there. As it turns out, it too was very birdie so we ended up spending the rest of our day there. Incinerator Ridge is famous for its Red Faced Warblers (again probably the most reliable place to find it). And, again he didn't disappoint. Painted Redstarts are often present (as they were this day). Yellow Rumped Warblers, Hermit Thrushes, Yellow Eyed Juncos, Mountain Chickadees, Spotted Towhees, Black Headed Grosbeaks, American Robins, Cliff Swallows, Ravens, an unidentified hawk ...

Here are a couple of the nicer photos:

Painted Redstart

Red Faced Warbler

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