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Learning the Birds of the Río Embudo


Uncommon Summer Residents (7 Species)

Present, and seen regularly, but not certain to be seen even in suitable habitat.

They are migrants. They breed here in the summer, then migrate further south in the Fall to their wintering grounds. Many spend the winter as far as Mexico and Central America. Some spend the winter in South America.

These species begin arriving in early March. Breeding takes place mainly in late May through July. By August, some are beginning to move south. By the end of September, most of them will be gone.


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Wrens
House Wren
Troglodytes aedon


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Kinglets and Gnatcatchers
Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
Polioptila caerulea


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Wood-Warblers
Orange-crowned Warbler
Vermivora celata


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Black-throated Gray Warbler
Dendroica nigrescens


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Sparrows and their Allies
Lark Sparrow
Chondestes grammacus


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Buntings
Indigo Bunting
Passerina cyanea


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Icterids: Blackbirds, Orioles and their Allies
Common Grackle
Quiscalus quiscula


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