Spotted Owl, (Mexican sub-species), Strix occidentalis

tonybat

Hereford, United States

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As we are only about 10 miles, as the owl flies, from the Mexican border, the Spotted Owls that frequent the canyons of the “SKY ISLAND” mountain ranges of SE Arizona are of the race found in Mexico, and NOT part of the non-contiguous race of the Pacific NW. We are fortunate to have year-round access to a pair that nest in Miller Canyon of the Huachuca Mts., almost at our doorstep. The canyon is also renowned for the great fall colors of the oaks, sycamores and maples that are inter-mixed with the conifers of these mid-elevation mountains. We hiked the canyon this AM and got some fair shots of one of the pair in a autumn-colored maple tree.

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