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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Total recording duration 1: Recorded along trail between trailhead parking area and Josephine Saddle. Recording edited for clarity. Male singing from a high perch midway up a tall pine tree. Calls presumably from female of the pair. Recording filtered and spliced to remove other sounds.

This bird was singing from a large shrub less than 10ft from me. Weather was about 75f and sunny.

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This bird was about 5ft up in a shrub and about jujco from me. This was a different bird from XC but less than m away and singing a similar but obviously different song.

Yellow-eyed junco

Weather was about 55F and sunny. This bird was about 15ft up in a ponderosa pine and about 20ft from me.

Many features of this site will not work without javascript. High pass filter 6db. Individual No 3 recorded at this location on this date bird-seen: External sites may use a different taxonomy than Xeno-canto. Yellow-eyed Junco Junco phaeonotus. Chiricahua Mountains, Cochise County, Arizona.

Yellow-eyed Junco Junco phaeonotus palliatus. SAn isidro Llano grande, Oaxaca. Yellow-eyed Junco Junco phaeonotus phaeonotus.

Yellow-eyed Junco (Junco phaeonotus) – BirdLife species factsheet

Cascada de Basaseachic, Chihuahua. Yellow-eyed Junco Junco phaeonotus cahooni. Pinery Canyon, Cochise County, Arizona. Incinerator Ridge, Mount Lemmon. Mex DF entrance Desierto de los Leones. San Antonio de las Alanzas, Coahuila. Cerro El Potosi, Nuevo Leon. Madera Canyon, Santa Cruz Co.