Sedona Wetlands List

We are indebted to Rich Armstrong who, in his capacity as NAAS Steward for the Sedona Wetlands, has compiled this bird species list.

NOTE: If you have verified sightings of species not on this list  at the Wetlands, please click on this link to submit them to us so we can update this list.

FAMILYSPECIESSPRSUMFALWINACTUAL SIGHTING
Ducks, Geese, and Swans
Greater White-fronted GooseVRVRVRReported
Snow GooseRRRReported
Ross's GooseVRVRReported
Cackling GooseVRVRVR
Canada GooseUUUReported
Tundra SwanVRVRVRReported
Wood DuckRRRReported
GadwallCCCCReported
American WigeonUUUReported
MallardCCCCReported
Blue-winged TealUUReported
Cinnamon TealCCCCReported
Northern ShovelerCCCReported
Northern PintailUUUReported
Green-winged TealCCCReported
CanvasbackCCCReported
RedheadCCCReported
Ring-necked DuckCCCReported
Greater ScaupVRVRVR
Lesser ScaupCCCReported
Surf ScoterVRVRVRReported
BuffleheadCCCReported
Common GoldeneyeCReported
Barrow's GoldeneyeXRReported
Hooded MerganserRRRReported
Common MerganserCCCReported
Red-breasted MerganserRRRReported
Ruddy DuckCCCCReported
New World Quail
Gambel's QuailUUUUReported
Loons
Common LoonVRReported
Grebes
Pied-billed GrebeCCCCReported
Horned GrebeVRVRVRReported
Eared GrebeCCCReported
Western GrebeRRRReported
Clark's GrebeVRVRVRReported
Cormorants
Neotropic CormorantRRRReported
Double-crested CormorantRRRReported
Bitterns, Herons
American BitternVRVRReported
Least BitternVRVRVRReported
Great Blue HeronCCCCReported
Great EgretRRRReported
Snowy EgretVRVRVRReported
Cattle EgretVRVRVRReported
Green HeronUUUReported
Black-crowned Night-HeronCCCCReported
Ibises and Spoonbills
White-faced IbisUUReported
New World Vultures
Turkey VultureCCCReported
Ospreys (Pandionidae)
OspreyRRRReported
Hawks, Kites, Eagles,
Bald EagleUUUUReported
Northern HarrierUUCReported
Ferriginous HawkVRReported
Sharp-shinned HawkUUUReported
Cooper's HawkUUUUReported
Common Black HawkRRRReported
Zone-tailed HawkRRRReported
Red-tailed HawkCCCCReported
Golden EagleVRVRVRVRReported
Rails, Gallinules, and Coots
Virginia RailCCCCReported
SoraCCCCReported
Common GallinuleCCCCReported
American CootCCCCReported
Stilts and Avocets
Black-necked StiltUUReported
American AvocetUUReported
Lapwings and Plovers
Black-bellied PloverXRReported
Semipalmated PloverRRReported
KilldeerCCCCReported
Sandpipers, Phalaropes
Spotted SandpiperCCCUReported
Solitary SandpiperRRReported
Greater YellowlegsUUReported
WilletUUReported
Lesser YellowlegsUUReported
Long-billed CurlewXRReported
Marbled GodwitUUReported
SanderlingXRReported
Semi-palmated SandpiperVR
Baird's SandpiperRRReported
Least SandpiperCCUReported
Pectoral SandpiperRRReported
Western SandpiperUUReported
Stilt SandpiperVRVRReported
Short-billed DowitcherVRVR
Long-billed DowitcherUUReported
Wilson's SnipeUUUReported
Wilson's PhalaropeCCReported
Red-necked PhalaropeRRReported
Gulls, Terns, and Skimmers
Bonaparte's GullRRReported
Franklin's GullUUReported
Ring-billed GullUUReported
California GullUUReported
Herring GullVRVRVRReported
Caspian TernVRVRReported
Forster's TernRRReported
Black TernVRVRReported
Pigeons and Doves
Rock Pigeon (Dove)RRRRReported
Eurasian Collared-DoveUUUUReported
White-winged DoveVRVRVRVR
Mourning DoveCCCCReported
Cuckoos
Greater RoadrunnerUUUUReported
Barn Owls
Barn Owl (Common)VRVRVRVRReported
Typical Owls
Northern Pygmy OwlXReported
Great Horned OwlUUUUReported
Goatsuckers
Lesser NighthawkCCCReported
Common NighthawkVRVR
Common PoorwillRRReported
Swifts
White-throated SwiftCCCReported
Hummingbirds
Black-chinned HummingbirdUUUReported
Anna's HummingbirdCCCReported
Broad-tailed HummingbirdURUReported
Rufous HummingbirdUCReported
Calliope HummingbirdRReported
Kingfishers
Belted KingfisherRRRRReported
Woodpeckers and Allies
Gila WoodpeckerCCCCReported
Red-naped SapsuckerRRUReported
Ladder-backed WoodpeckerUUUUReported
Hairy WoodpeckerRRRR
Northern Flicker (Red-shafted)UUCReported
Caracaras and Falcons
American KestrelUUUReported
MerlinRRRReported
Peregrine FalconRRRReported
Prairie FalconVRVRVRReported
Tyrant Flycatchers
Black PhoebeCCCCReported
Say's PhoebeCCCUReported
Ash-throated FlycatcherUUUReported
Gray FlycatcherRRReported
Brown-crested FlycatcherRRRReported
Cassin's KingbirdUUUReported
Western KingbirdCCCReported
Western Wood PeweeURReported
Shrikes
Loggerhead ShrikeRRRReported
Bell's VireoUUReported
Gray VireoRRReported
Plumbeous VireoRRReported
Cassin's VireoRR
Warbling VireoUReported
Jays and Crows
Steller's JayXRReported
Western Scrub-JayUUUUReported
American CrowRRRRReported
Common RavenCCCCReported
Larks
Horned LarkRRRRReported
Swallows
Purple MartinRR
Tree SwallowUUReported
Violet-green SwallowCCCReported
Northern Rough-winged SwallowCCCReported
Bank SwallowUUReported
Cliff SwallowCCCReported
Barn SwallowUUReported
Chickadees and Titmice
Mountain ChickadeeRR
Bridled TitmouseUUUUReported
Juniper TitmouseUUUUReported
Verdin
VerdinCCCCReported
Bushtits
BushtitUUUReported
Nuthatches
White-breasted NuthatchRRReported
Creepers
Brown CreeperVRVR
Wrens
Rock WrenUUUUReported
Canyon WrenRRRR
House WrenRRReported
Marsh WrenCCCReported
Bewick's WrenCCCCReported
Gnatcatchers and Gnatwrens
Blue-gray GnatcatcherRR
Kinglets
Ruby-crowned KingletCReported
Thrushes
Western BluebirdCCCReported
Mountain BluebirdUReported
Townsend's SolitaireU
Hermit ThrushU
American RobinCRCCReported
Mockingbirds and Thrashers
Curve-billed ThrasherVRVRVR
Crissal ThrasherRRRRReported
Sage ThrasherRRRReported
Northern MockingbirdUUUReported
Starlings
European StarlingUUUUReported
Wagtails and Pipits
American PipitUUUReported
Waxwings
Cedar WaxwingUUUReported
Silky-flycatchers
PhainopeplaUUUReported
Wood-Warblers
Orange-crowned WarblerUReported
Lucy's WarblerCCCReported
Virginia's WarblerVRVR
MacGillivray's WarblerRRReported
Common YellowthroatCCCReported
Yellow WarblerCCCReported
Yellow-rumped Warbler (Audubon's)CCCReported
Black-throated Gray WarblerRRReported
Townsend's WarblerVRVRReported
Wilson's WarblerUUReported
Painted RedstartXRReported
Nashville WarblerVRVRReported
Yellow-breasted ChatRRRReported
Emberizids
Green-tailed TowheeUUReported
Spotted TowheeUUUReported
Canyon TowheeUUUU
Abert's TowheeUUUUReported
American Tree SparrowXRReported
Chipping SparrowCCCReported
Brewer's SparrowUUUReported
Vesper SparrowRRRReported
Grasshopper SparroVRVRReported
Lark SparrowUUUReported
Black-throated SparrowUUUReported
Sagebrush Sparrow (Sage Sparrow)RRR
Savannah SparrowCCCReported
Song SparrowCCCCReported
Lincoln's SparrowCCCReported
Swamp SparrowVRVRVRReported
White-throated SparrowVRVRReported
Harris's SparrowXRReported
White-crowned SparrowCCCReported
Golden-crowned SparrowXRReported
Dark-eyed JuncoCCCReported
Cardinals, Piranga Tanagers
Summer TanagerUUUReported
Western TanagerCCReported
Northern Cardinal (Northern Cardinal Grosbeak)UUUUReported
Black-headed GrosbeakUUUReported
Blue GrosbeakUUUReported
Lazuli BuntingUUReported
Blackbirds
BobolinkXRReported
Red-winged BlackbirdCCCCReported
Eastern Meadowlark (Lilian's Meadowlark)RRReported
Western MeadowlarkUUUUReported
Yellow-headed BlackbirdCCCReported
Brewer's BlackbirdCCCReported
Great-tailed GrackleCCCReported
Bronzed CowbirdVRVRReported
Brown-headed CowbirdCCCReported
Hooded OrioleUUUReported
Bullock's OrioleUUUReported
Scott's OrioleRRRReported
Finches and Allies
House FinchCCCCReported
Pine SiskinUUUReported
Lesser GoldfinchCCCCReported
American GoldfinchUUUReported
Evening GrosbeakXR
Old World Sparrows
House SparrowUUUUReported
C = COMMON
U = UNCOMMON
R = RARE
VR = VERY RARE
XR = EXTREMELY RARE
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This list conforms to the norms set forth by ABA Version 7.6 taxonomy and phylogeny.

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