Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Day before yesterday I had a chance to go to Huachuca Canyon early and was rewarded. Three warblers: Black Throated Gray, Painted Redstart, and Hermit; Wild Turkeys; Cordilleran and/or Pacific Slope Flycatchers; male and female Hepatic Tanagers; White Tailed Deer at every (well not quite every) turn; 

Oh, and Elegant Trogons. The Trogons seem to serenade me all morning. At one point an Elegant Trogon flew from one branch to another, no more than 10 feet off the ground, and no more than 25 feet away from me. Once at each branch he started singing again. Loved it. Here are photos of this serenading Trogon (all on different branches):

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