Birds of Cedars ~~ Life List

G to R

Hawk, Red-Tailed
Hawk, Rough-Legged
Hawk, Sharp-Shinned
Heron, Great Blue
Hummingbird, Black-Chinned
Hummingbird, Broad-Tailed
Hummingbird, Rufous
Jay, Pinyon
Jay, Stellar's
Jay, Western Scrub
Junco, Gray Headed
Junco, Oregon
Junco, Pink sided
Junco, Slate
Junco, White Winged
Killdeer
Magpie, Black-Billed
Mallard
Meadowlark, Western
Nighthawk, Common
Nuthatch, Red-breasted
Nuthatch, White-Breasted
Oriole, Bullock's
Osprey
Owl, Great horned
Owl, Long-Eared
Owl, Western Screech
Pheasant, Ring-Necked
Raven, Common
Robin, American

S to W

Sapsucker, Williamson's
Sapsucker, Yellow-Bellied
Shrike
Siskin, Pine
Solitaire, Townsend's
Sparrow, American Tree
Sparrow, Chipping
Sparrow, Fox
Sparrow, Harris
Sparrow, House
Sparrow, Lark
Sparrow, Rufous-crowned
Sparrow, Song
Sparrow, White-Crowned
Starling
Swallow, Violet-Green
Tanager, Western
Titmouse, Plain, Juniper
Towhee, Green-tailed
Towhee, Spotted Rufous-Sided
Turkey, Wild
Vulture, Turkey
Warbler, Audubon
Warbler, Yellow
Waxwing, Cedar
Woodpecker, Downy
Woodpecker, Hairy
Woodpecker, Lewis's
Wren, Bewick's
Wren, Canyon

B to G

Blackbird, Brewer's
Blackbird, Red-Wing
Bluebird, Mountain
Bluebird, Western
Bunting, Lazuli
Chickadee, Black-Capped
Chickadee, Mountain
Chukar
Cowbird, Brown headed
Crane, Sandhill
Creeper, Brown
Dove, Band-Tailed Pigeon
Dove, European-Collared
Dove, Mourning
Eagle, Bald
Eagle, Golden
Falcon, American Kestrel
Falcon, Merlin
Finch, House
Flicker, Red-shafted
Flycatcher, Ash-Throated
Flycatcher, Say's Phoebe
Flycatcher, Western Kingbird
Gnatcatcher, Blue-Gray
Goldfinch, American
Goldfinch, Lesser
Goshawk, Northern
Grosbeak, Black-headed
Grosbeak, Blue
Grosbeak, Evening
Grosbeak, Rose-breasted
  

Birds of Cedars

          Of 91 bird species we've seen and heard here, Katherine has been able to photograph seventy, which you can enjoy in the four slide-shows below:

Large (11), Medium (24), Small (21), Petite (14).

          At an elevation of 6300 feet, Cedars sits among and between several habitat types.  We get birds from open fields as well as birds who like forested areas.  The year-round water adds a variety of vegetation types, from riparian to forest to open sagebrush.

          Some species are here year-round, others nest here, others are chance sitings in Spring and Autumn, and others spend the Winter months.

          Enjoy your stroll through these slide shows of Cedars' resident and seasonal birds, then peruse the Cedars' Life List below.

Colwell Cedars Retreat

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