Grace’s Warbler

Size: 5” Plumage/Description:  Males have a bright yellow throat and breast, as well as yellow lores. The belly is white, with black streaking on the lower flanks. Nape, back, tail and wings are gray with two prominent white wing bars. Female plumage is similar, but...
Dark-eyed Junco

Dark-eyed Junco

Male Female Juvenile Description Size:  6.25” Plumage/Description: Male and female plumage similar. The current designation of ‘Dark-eyed Junco’ is a result of lumping together several junco ‘races’. In winter the most common variety of Dark-eyed Junco at the lower...

Cordilleran Flycatcher

Size:  5.5” Plumage/Description:  A small non-descript flycatcher easily confused with other flycatchers in the Empidonax genus.  The best way to distinguish this flycatcher from other Empidonax flycatchers is by voice and habitat.   Head, back, tail and wings are an...
Western Tanager

Western Tanager

Male Female Description Size:  7.25” Plumage/Description:  Breeding males are unmistakable with a bright reddish-orange head, yellow breast, belly and rump, and black back and wings.  Females are similar, but muted in color.  Much less color on the face, more of a...
Common Yellowthroat

Common Yellowthroat

Adults Description Size:  5” Plumage/Description:  Male plumage includes a black mask across the face with a brilliant yellow throat, breast and belly.  Head, back and wings are an olive/green color.  Female plumage is very subdued compared to the male—no black mask,...