After missing the Sinaloa Wren last weekend, I knew I would need to make a trip back, or try Fort Huachuca for a different Sinaloa Wren. I decided to stay closer to Tucson and give the Tubac bird another shot. This weekend was a much different story. Within seconds of arriving, I heard the distinctive rattle call. After a couple minutes, it gave a single burst of song before moving further from the trail. I never got a visual of the bird, but the real treat with Sinaloa Wrens are their beautiful songs.
|The first Hog-nosed Skunk that I've seen. This one was close to the Sinaloa|
|One of many Broad-billed Hummingbirds|
|The male Black-capped Gnatcatcher from Chino Canyon|
|A Gila Monster. This guy was on the road as|
I was leaving Chino.