Canyon Towhee - Common in Kofa Queen Canyon, this bird is not normally found west of here. 

4"x4", 180DPI (digiscoped)


Canyon Towhee - Common in Kofa Queen Canyon, this bird is not normally found west of here. 

7"x5", 300DPI (digiscoped)


Black-throated Sparrow - Perhaps the most common bird in Kofa Queen Canyon, these sparrows can be found at all times of year.

5"x5", 300DPI (digiscoped)


Rock Wren - One of the most common birds of Kofa Queen Canyon, you can't miss its trill and bobbing motion while perched.

4"x5", 300DPI (300mm)


Rock Wren - One of the most common birds of Kofa Queen Canyon--can't miss its trill and bobbing motion while perched.

6"x4", 300DPI (300mm)


Cactus Wren - Common in most western deserts, they're easy to see in Kofa Queen, too.

5"x7", 180DPI (digiscoped)


Canyon Wren - More often heard than seen, it has a haunting descending tremolo.  They are quite active and common in the canyon every spring.

6"x4", 300DPI (200mm)


Pacific-slope Flycatcher - Common migrant throughout the southwest.

4"x5", 300DPI (300mm)


Black-tailed Gnatcatcher - This common, tiny, breeding bird is displaying its namesake "black" tail.

5"x7", 300DPI (300mm)


Curve-billed Thrasher - Common in Kofa Queen Canyon and abundant in SE AZ, yet rarely found south and west of here.

5"x5", 300DPI (digiscoped)


Curve-billed Thrasher - Common in Kofa Queen Canyon, yet rarely found south and west of here.

8"x6", 300DPI (200mm)


Crissal Thrasher - Usually retiring and seldom seen, this handsome thrasher is best found in February when it perches to sing.

7"x5", 300DPI  (300mm)


Gilded Flicker - Common in this canyon, but rarely found farther west.  Joined in winter by Northern Flickers.

5"x5", 300DPI (digiscoped)


Gilded Flicker - Common in this canyon, but rarely found farther west.  Joined in winter by Northern Flickers.

7"x5", 300DPI  (300mm)


Gilded Flicker - Common in this canyon, but rarely found farther west.  Joined in winter by Northern Flickers.

5"x7", 300DPI  (300mm)

ON to PAGE 2 of KOFA BIRDS

KOFA INSECTS

KOFA LANDSCAPES


KOFA MAMMALS & REPTILES
 


Photos Henry D. Detwiler