Birds

Ducks, Geese, and Swans

Canada Goose: Casual migrant and winter visitor
Mallard
: Irregular migrant and winter visitor
Wood Duck

Green-winged Teal

Northern Shoveler
Blue-winged Teal

Ring-necked Duck
Bufflehead

Ruddy Duck

 

Wood Warblers
Nashville
Warbler: Casual spring and fall migrant
Virginia
’s Warbler: Casual spring migrant
Lucy's Warbler
: Casual visitor
Yellow Warbler
: Uncommon breeder
Yellow-rumped Warbler
: Fairly common winter visitor, Uncommon spring and fall migrant
Black-throated Gray Warbler
: Rare spring and summer breeder
Townsend’s Warbler
: Casual spring and fall migrant
Northern Waterthrush
: Casual spring migrant
MacGillivray's Warbler
: Rare spring and fall migrant
Common Yellowthroat:
Irregular spring migrant
Hooded Warbler
: Casual spring migrant.
Wilson’s Warbler
: Rare spring and fall migrant
Yellow-breasted Chat
: Rare spring and fall migrant; casual breeder
American Redstart
: Casual spring and fall migrant
Northern Parula
Black-throated Blue Warbler

Townsend’s Warbler

 
Nighthawks, Nightjars

Common Nighthawk: Uncommon summer resident.
Common Poorwill

 
Spotted Towhee
Spotted Towhee

NPS

 

Sparrows and Towhees
Green-tailed Towhee
: Rare breeder and rare winter resident
Spotted (Rufous-sided) Towhee
: Rare breeder and fairly common winter resident
Abert's Towhee
: Casual summer visitor
Rufous-crowned Sparrow
:Casual summer visitor
Chipping Sparrow
: Fairly common fall migrant, uncommon to rare spring and summer.
Brewer's Sparrow
:Fairly common spring and fall migrant.
Lark Sparrow:
Rare breeder
Black-chinned Sparrow
: Casual spring migrant, possible breeder
Black-throated Sparrow
: Common spring and summer breeder.
Sage Sparrow
: Rare winter visitor
Song Sparrow
: Rare winter and fall, uncommon spring and summer resident, rare breeder.
Vesper Sparrow
: Casual spring and fall migrant; casual winter visitor
Lincoln
's Sparrow: Rare spring and fall migrant; casual winter visitor
White-crowned Sparrow
: Abundant spring/fall migrant and winter visitor.
Dark-eyed Junco
: Common winter and fall resident, uncommon in the spring.
Lark Bunting

Savannah Sparrow
Harris's Sparrow

White-throated Sparrow

 
Roadrunner
Roadrunner

NPS

 
Cuckoos and Roadrunners

Greater Roadrunner: Rare year round resident

 

Kinglets, Gnatcatchers, and Thrushes
Ruby-crowned Kinglet
: Common winter and spring visitor.
Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
: Casual winter and fall, uncommon spring and summer breeder
Black-tailed Gnatcatcher: Casual migrant, first detection of this species.
Western Bluebird
: Rare winter, uncommon spring and fall.
Hermit Thrush
: Casual spring and fall visitor.
American Robin
: Common fall through spring visitor, common summer breeder.

 
Blackbirds and Orioles

Red-winged Blackbird: Rare winter resident.
Western Meadowlark
: Rare breeder; rare winter visitor
Brown-headed Cowbird
: Common breeder
Bullock’s (Northern) Oriole
: Rare breeder
Scott's Oriole
: Rare breeder
Brewer’s Blackbird

 
Crows and Jays

Western Scrub Jay: Fairly Common year round breeding resident
Steller’s Jay:
Uncommon year round resident.
Pinyon Jay:
Common year round resident.
American Crow:
Casual visitor
Common Raven:
: Uncommon permanent resident.
Clark’s Nutcracker

 
Cardinals, Grosbeaks and Allies

Black-headed Grosbeak: Rare spring and fall migrant.
Blue Grosbeak
: Rare spring and fall migrant; rare breeder.
Lazuli Bunting

Pyrrhuloxia

 
Swifts and Larks

White-throated Swift: Fairly common spring and summer resident and probable breeders
Horned Lark: Winter visitor


 
House Finch
House Finch

NPS

 

Finches and Allies
House Finch
: Common permanent resident and breeder.
Pine Siskin: Uncommon winter resident
Lesser Goldfinch
: Uncommon summer breeder, rare to uncommon rest of year.
American Goldfinch
: Uncommon winter resident.
Evening Grosbeak
: Irregular spring and fall migrant; rare winter resident
Purple Finch

 
Pigeons and Doves

Mourning Dove: Fairly Common breeder and year round resident.
Band-tailed Pigeon

 

Grebes
Eared Grebe

Pied-billed Grebe


Ibises, Spoonbills
White-faced Ibis

Last updated: February 24, 2015

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

Pipe Spring National Monument
HC 65 Box 5
406 Pipe Springs Road

Fredonia, AZ 86022

Phone:

(928) 643-7105

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