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  • Tucson Bunkhouse Birding
    Spring was in the air and courtships were on display European Starling mourning doves phainopepla The phainopepla is part of the silky flycatcher family They eat mistletoe berries Often when they pass the seeds they stick to the branches of trees and grow new clumps of mistletoe Male Gambel s Quail female Quail hang out in a covey that can be up to a dozen or more birds We saw

    Original URL path: http://lonestarnorth.com/AZ%20Bunkhouse%20Birds.html (2016-04-29)
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  • Tucson Bunkhouse Sonora Desert
    Black headed Grosbeak Black necked Stilt Black Phoebe Black throated Sparrow Bridled Ttitmouse Broad billed Hummingbird Burrowing Owl Bushtit Cactus Wren Calliope Hummingbird Canada Goose Canyon Wren Common Yellow throated Warbler Cooper s hawk Costa s Hummingbird Crissal Thrashwer Curve billed Thrasher European Starling Gambel s Quail Gila Woodpecker Golden Eagle Great tailed Grackle Greater Roadrunner Green Heron House Finch House Sparrow Hyacitnth Macaw Juniper Titmouse Ladder backed Woodpecker Lazuli

    Original URL path: http://lonestarnorth.com/AZ%20Bird%20List.html (2016-04-29)
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  • Tucson Bunkhouse Sonora Desert
    an artsy touristy town or village rather where color and talent were on display everywhere In Patagonia we saw a beautiful Broad billed hummingbird a Lazuli Bunting and a Vermillion Flycatcher life birds all The highway home netted a golden

    Original URL path: http://lonestarnorth.com/AZ%20Tubac%20and%20back.html (2016-04-29)
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  • bugs and beetles
    loudest sound in the insect world wingless grasshopper leaf footed bug milkweed caterpillar saddleback caterpillar The two eyes are actually the caterpillars butt mangrove tree crabs ok so maybe they are not insects but where the heck else do I

    Original URL path: http://lonestarnorth.com/nat_bugs_and_beetles.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • Katydid
    Katydid back to Nature Index back to insects back to top

    Original URL path: http://lonestarnorth.com/Nat_katydid.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • bees and flying things
    bees and flying things hover fly black horse fly moth also see Leu Garden Bees back to top back to insects back to Nature Index

    Original URL path: http://lonestarnorth.com/nat_bees_and_flying_things.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • wasps
    wasps also see Leu Garden Bees back to top back to insects back to Nature Index

    Original URL path: http://lonestarnorth.com/nat_insects_wasps.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • bugs and insects
    a meal Four spotted Pennant Dragonflies typically eat mosquitoes and other small insects like flies bees and butterflies and are valued as a predator that helps control the populations of harmful insects such as mosquitoes Great Blue Skimmer Libellula vibrans Fabricius Dragonflies have very good eyesight due to their eye structure giving nearly a 360 field of vision More than 80 of their brain is devoted to analyzing visual information

    Original URL path: http://lonestarnorth.com/nat_dragonfly.htm (2016-04-29)
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