Welcome to our Online Bird Guide!
This guide is intended for central and northern Arizona backyard birders.
You may notice that not all species that occur in these areas are listed in this guide, but simply the ones you would find in your backyard. This guide is here to help assist casual, novice or beginner backyard birders.
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Plumage/Description: Bright Rufous crown, gray face, nape, breast and flanks.
Plumage/Description: Male plumage is distinguished from female plumage by a small red patch on the nape.
Plumage/Description:Males are a dull red color overall with a grayish wash, particularly on the face, back, wings, and flanks.
Plumage/Description: Robin like in posture and shape, but slightly smaller.
Plumage/Description: Males have a brilliant yellow head and face with a solid black throat.
Plumage/Description: Males are a stunning combination of black, orange and white. Back, wings and tail are black, head, nape, breast, belly, and under-tail coverts are a bright orange color.
Plumage/Description: Males have a bold facial pattern that is very distinctive: A broad white eye-stripe, a black mask that goes through the eye, a black bib, and a yellow throat.
Plumage / Description: Typical male plumage is a bright red head, throat, breast, and rump.
Plumage/Description: Males have a black throat and bib and are white on the undersides.