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Mar 30, 2018 10:10 |  #1

I don't recall seeing this species posted on the forum before, so I searched and found one entry from eight years ago. Unlike the various races of the Dark-eyed Junco, the Yellow-eyed is a separate species. It prefers a mountainous habitat, is predominantly a Mexican bird, and appears in the States only in SE Arizona and a little bit of SW New Mexico.


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Mar 30, 2018 10:33 |  #2

Wow now that’s a cool capture Al, that eye sure stands out. A rarity in Rainy Lake!


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Mar 30, 2018 10:38 |  #3

Wallace River wrote in post #18597038 (external link)
Wow now that’s a cool capture Al, that eye sure stands out. A rarity in Rainy Lake!

:lol: Well, it certainly would be a rarity here; except these were, in fact, taken in SE AZ. But, thanks for the cool capture part; I appreciate it!


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