The Black-Headed Grosbeak is a common visitor to much of the Western United States, where it breeds and raises its young during the summer. It migrates south during the fall, spending its winters in Mexico.
A common bird of the Southwestern U.S., the Curve-billed Thrasher will visit Tucson backyards that offer a natural desert scrub environment. The preferred habitat of Arizona’s Curve-billed Thrasher include cholla cactus, prickly pear, mesquite, and Continue reading “The Curve-Billed Thrasher”
Folks here in Tucson are fortunate to have a beautiful bird like the Harris’s Hawk living and breeding right here in our city. Tucson is located in the northern limits of this hawks range. Its range extends from the southern portions of Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas, into Mexico and South America.