Chiricahua Mountains, Arizona

One of the best birding locations in the USA, the Chiricahua's are in a major migration path.  Over 350 species have been sighted in the area at some time of the year.  This area also happens to have some of the darkest skies in the US.

Good websites about the Chiricahua's

2019.04.15 - 2019.04.17

Thanks to John and Barbara for reviewing and providing corrections on bird identification.



South Form Rocks


Chiricahua Leopard Frog

Harris antelope ground squirrel

Desert Mule Deer




Acorn Woodpecker

American Goldfinch

American Robin

Black-headed Grosbeak

Cactus Wren

Canyon Towhee

Cassin's Kingbird

Chipping Sparrow

Curve-billed Thrasher


Gambel's Quail

Great Horned Owl

Green-tailed Towhee

Gray Hawk

Hairy Woodpecker

Hooded Oriole (Female)

Hooded Oriole

House Finch

Hummingbird: Black-chinned (Female)

Hummingbird: Black-chinned (Male)

Hummingbird: Broad-tailed (Female)

Hummingbird: Broad-tailed (Male)

Hummingbird: Rivoli's (Female)

House Finch

Ladder-backed Woodpecker

Lesser Goldfinch

Lesser Goldfinch And Pine Siskin

Mexican Jay

Northern Cardinal

Northern Flicker

Painted Redstart

Pine Siskin


Red-winged Blackbird

Ruby-crowned Kinglet

Say's Phoebe

Scott's Oriole


Whiskered Screech-Owl

White-breasted Nuthatch

White-crowned Sparrow

Wild Turkey

Yellow Warbler

Yellow-eyed Junco