Jemez Historic Site

Birding in the Jemez Mountains

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Woodhouse's Scrub-Jay

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Northern Flicker

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White-winged Dove

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White-breasted Nuthatch

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American Goldfinch

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Western Bluebird

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American Robin

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Spotted Towhee

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American Crow

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Common Raven

Woodhouse's Scrub-Jay
Northern Flicker
White-winged Dove
White-breasted Nuthatch
American Goldfinch
Western Bluebird
American Robin
Spotted Towhee
American Crow
Common Raven

Thanks to the high elevation of the Jemez Mountains, we can get many different birds than what you might see a short drive south near Coronado Historic Site. Among these birds listed, others can be seen making their homes in the Jemez Province.

Other birds in the Jemez Mountains:


American Dipper, American Kestrel, Bald Eagle, Barn Owl, Barn Swallow, Belted Kingfisher, Bewick's Wren, Black Phoebe, Black-billed Magpie, Black-headed Grosbeak, Blue Grosbeak, Broad-tailed Hummingbird, Brown Creeper, Bullock's Oriole, Burrowing Owl, Bushtit, Canada Goose, Canyon Towhee, Canyon Wren, Cassin's Finch, CLark's Nutcracker, Common Nighthawk, Cooper's Hawk, Dark-eyed Junco, Downy Woodpecker, Dusky Grouse, Eurasian Collared Dove, European Starling, Evening Grosbeak, Gambel's Quail, Golden Eagle, Great Blue Heron, Greateer Roadrunner, Great-hroned Owl, Great-tailed Grackle, Hairy Woodpecker, House Finch, House Sparrow, Kildeer, Ladderback Woodpecker, Lazuli Bunting, Lewis' Woodpecker, Mallard Duck

All images and sounds from All About Birds and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology