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This Dark-eyed Junco (Oregon race) is gleaning insects from the visitor center wall.
A few minutes after flying into the visitor center window, this MacGillivray's Warbler shook it off and flew away.
Say's Phoebes nest each summer in the eaves of the visitor center.
White-breasted Nuthatches are common, year-round residents at El Morro.
Visitors to El Morro National Monument will surely see some of the resident ravens.
Cliff Swallow Nests
Cliff Swallows build nests with dirt and water they find at the pool.
Last updated: August 1, 2014