Mountain forests near the Mexican border are home to this distinctive junco. Unlike its Junco phaeonotus Yellow-eyed Junco In the News More News. BirdLife International Junco phaeonotus. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species Yellow-eyed Junco · Junco phaeonotus · Wagler, Order: PASSERIFORMES. Family: Passerellidae (New World Sparrows). Genus: Junco. Species.
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Public comments No comments yet Only members are able to post public comments. SAn isidro Llano grande, Oaxaca. Yellow-eyed Junco Junco phaeonotus cahooni.
Male singing from a high perch midway up a tall pine tree. Total recording duration 1: Cascada de Basaseachic, Chihuahua. Weather was about 55F and sunny. This bird was about 5ft up in a shrub and about 10ft from munco. Common or abundant in appropriate habitat in many parts of range.
Yellow-eyed Junco – eBird
Yellow-eyed Juncos are grayish, including their underparts and show yellow eyes; like the Dark-eyed Juncos they have white outer tail feathers which show up in flight.
Status and conservation Not globally threatened Least Concern. Pinery Canyon, Cochise County, Arizona. Three subspecies groups are usually distinguished. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Food and feeding Feeds on insects and other arthropods, and seeds; during breeding season mostly insects, especially Lepidoptera, beetles Coleopteraants Movements Mostly sedentary; in Arizona often moves to lower elevations in winter.
While the pattern of this junco is similar to the more northern form, it is brownish on the back, not rusty, and is larger phaeonotsu size. Views Read Edit View history.
Nominate race has head and Junco aux phaeonoyus jaunes German: These are, north to south:. Ujnco is curious is that in the vast variation shown by the Dark-eyed Juncos, the geographically closest forms, particularly the Red-backed Junco looks surprisingly similar to the Yellow-eyed save for some small details in plumage and the difference in eye color.
Recommended Citation Yellow-eyed Junco Junco phaeonotusversion 1. Junco phaeonotus Wagler The female lays three to five pale gray or bluish-white eggs in an open nest of dried grass two to three times a year. The yellow-eyed junco Junco phaeonotus is a species of juncosmall American sparrows.
Weather was about 75f and sunny. Year-round Migration Breeding Non-Breeding. Usually considered conspecific with J. Yellow-eyed Junco Junco phaeonotus.
Subspecies and Distribution J. In Chiricahua Mts SE This page was last edited on 12 Aprilat Recording edited for clarity.