Cactus Wren Juvenile

Cactus Wren

Cactus Wren

Cactus Wren Juvenile

The picture of this juvenile Cactus Wren was photographed in Portal Arizona. The Cactus Wren is the state bird of Arizona. This Cactus Wren Juvenile was photographed with the Canon 5D Mark IV Canon 300mm f2.8 IS II with the 2X extender.
To hear the song of the Cactus Wren, click on the arrow below.

Yellow-headed Blackbird Eating

Yellow-headed Blackbird

Yellow-headed Blackbird

Yellow-headed Blackbird Eating

The picture of this Yellow-headed Blackbird Eating was photographed at Willow Tank in Portal Arizona. The Yellow-headed Blackbird’s scientific name, Xanthocephalus, means “yellow head.” This Yellow-headed Blackbird was photographed with the Canon 5D Mark IV Canon 300mm f2.8 IS II with the 2X extender.
To hear the song of the Yellow-headed Blackbird, click on the arrow below.

You can see a recent video I made of this bird eating at this link – Yellows-headed Blackbird Video

Western Wood-peewee

Western Wood-peewee

Western Wood-peewee

Western Wood-peewee

This Western Wood-peewee was photographed in Bob’s Yard in Portal Arizona. The Western Wood-peewee is a small tyrant flycatcher and was captured with the Canon 5D Mark IV Canon 300mm f2.8 IS II with the 2X extender.
To hear the song of the Western Wood-peewee, click on the arrow below.

Canyon Wren

Canyon Wren

Canyon Wren

Canyon Wren

The picture of this Canyon Wren was photographed in Portal Arizona. This Canyon Wren was photographed with the Canon 5D Mark IV Canon 300mm f2.8 IS II with the 2X extender. The canyon wren is a small North American songbird of the wren family Troglodytidae. Often, it announces its presence by its beautiful and distinctive song, a loud cascade of musical whistles.
To hear the song of the Canyon Wren, click on the arrow below.

Red Crossbill

Red Crossbill

Red Crossbill

Red Crossbill

The picture of this Red Crossbill was photographed at the Grand Canyon National Park. This Red Crossbill was photographed with the Canon 5D Mark IV Canon 300mm f2.8 IS II with the 2X extender. A Red Crossbill’s unusual bill shape helps it get into tightly closed cones.
To hear the song of the Red Crossbill, click on the arrow below.