More birds from Arizona


We saw dark-eyed junkos everywhere we went.


I saw Steller’s jays everywhere but it was tough to get a decent picture. They were really skittish.




Ravens were also everywhere. I don’t see them around my area in central Florida. They are like the laughing gulls of northern Arizona. Always in the tourist areas, loud, they come flying in when they see food.  They are much bigger than our fish crows.


Looks just like our eastern bluebird but I was in the west. All About Birds says that western bluebirds have more rust in their throat than eastern ones.




Our squirrels in Florida don’t have that rust streak on their back.

Some of the “wild” things we saw at Bearizona in northern Arizona.

4 thoughts on “More birds from Arizona

  1. Very nice set of images. One of the interesting things about traveling, is looking at the different animals or how the same animals are different. We have ravens in Arkansas and, like Florida, our squirrels don’t have a rust streak. However, we do have red squirrels and grey squirrels. Have a blessed day.

  2. Bearizona is AWESOME! I had a chance to visit for the first time back in April and we had the most wonderful time! Great photos!

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