a warbler sits in a conifer tree

NPS photo by Linda Powell 2017

Diverse habitats within park boundaries welcome resident and migrating bird species. Eagles and peregrine falcons nest along the caldera cliffs. American dippers forage at the bottom of fast-flowing streams. Subalpine areas are home to the Gray-crowend rosy finch. Wildfire burned forests attract a variety of woodpeckers including the rare black-backed and three-toed woodpeckers. Common mergansers raise families on the lake, and calls of songbirds dominate the forests and meadows.


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Last updated: November 25, 2019

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