White-eared hummer and other wildlife found at BEATTY'S

A poor Pic of a White-eared Hummingbird and a Yellow-eyed Junco.

The White-eared is one of the 15 species of hummingbirds that should be seen and is the star attraction.
Normally this bird can be seen within a half-hour of watching the feeders in the months of late May-early
Sept. Other Hummingbirds seen were: Allen's, Anna's, Berylline, Black-chinned, Blue-throated, Broad-billed,
Broad-tailed, Calliope, Costa's, Lucifer, Magnificent, Rufous, Plain-capped Starthroat and Violet-crowned.

There are many other types of birds that migrate though our area, such as Hawks, Trogons, Warblers and
Juncos in the Spring/Fall. Others, such as the Yellow-eyed Junco, Scrub and Gray-breasted Jay can be
seen year around.


Here is a Mother COATI with two young. One of the harder to see Animals found in the Huachucas.
Taken from the CLARK SPRINGS TRAIL to the north of us.

White-tailed Deer, Bear, Javelina, Grey Fox, Bobcat and Mountain Lion also call the Huachucas home.

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