Wednesday, June 06, 2012

Birding in Arizona - Day 6, Flagstaff Arboretum

The Arboretum was a disappointment it's fair to say.  It's primarily about (a) entertaining children and (b) forest management.  The location is splendid, though:













But the trails and indeed birding are very limited.  This is a shame as it's in a great place to pick-up lots of local specialists but it's just so limited.  They could do so much more there.

Anyway I did get to see Yellow-rumped Warbler:

















Steller's Jay:
















Northern Flicker:














Mountain Bluebird:


















House Wren:


















Common Grackle:















Broad-tailed Hummingbird:


















And Chipping Sparrow:



















Time then to head to Quizno's for a toasted veggie sub each before heading back to the hotel.  We had some thinking to do as the plan for Friday was to drive to Tuscon via Phoenix, a six hour drive and to take in some birding on the way, but of course, things had changed....

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