Here is an American Wigeon at Sedona Wetlands in northern Arizona. AMERICAN WIGEON
Gray Jays are found in North America, mostly in northern Fir and Spruce forests of Canada, Alaska, and parts of the Pacific coast, Rocky Mountains, and Canada bordered Midwestern states of the U.S. I saw this one and many others in the Sax-Zim Bog in northern Minnesota.
Here are a couple photos of the many White-Crowned Sparrows I saw at Sedona Wetlands in January. This is a great place for walking and looking at birds in northern Arizona.
The Common Goldeneye has a large round spot before its eye. They have green heads, a white body, and a black back. The females have a brown head, a white ring around the neck, and a brownish gray body. Common Goldeneye’s can be found around fresh and salt water lakes, rivers, or bays throughout much… Read More COMMON GOLDENEYE