First Three 2019
1 Jan 2019, 8:08 AM,
#1
First Three of 2019
Here in Cheshire in Flagstaff where it is 4 degrees above zero they were Common Raven, American Crow, and Northern Flicker...it is rare to avoid an exotic/introduced species in the First Three in this neighborhood.
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1 Jan 2019, 8:08 AM,
#2
First Three 2019
Continuing a long-standing tradition...

My first three species of 2019, seen in my yard just north of the hospital in Flagstaff:

1. Hairy Woodpecker
2. Dark-eyed (Oregon) Junco
3. Brown Creeper



Good birding to everyone in 2019
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1 Jan 2019, 8:37 AM,
#3
RE: First Three 2019
Cornville:

Canyon Towhee
White-crowned Sparrow
Northern Cardinal

The White-throated Sparrow that has been visiting since 27 October, continues.
Yesterday during the snowfall, a Hermit Thrush jostled in amongst the finches and sparrows.
A Green-tailed Towhee also appeared.
   
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1 Jan 2019, 9:12 AM,
#4
RE: First Three 2019
i looked out my window here in sedona at 17 degrees with a few inches of hard snow and there were all visible at same time - american & lesser goldfinches, house finches, ladderback woodpeckers, mourning doves, juncos, white-crowned sparrows, anna's hummingbird, red-winged blackbirds, and our 1 resident white-breasted nuthatch. not sure which 3 i might have seen 1st as all 10 were there.
rich armstrong
928-282-3675
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1 Jan 2019, 9:56 AM,
#5
RE: First Three 2019
East Flagstaff:
Stellar's Jay
Dark-eyed Junco
American Robin
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1 Jan 2019, 10:23 AM,
#6
RE: First Three 2019
Yard in Northeast Flagstaff: N. Flicker, DE Junco, Ruby-crowned Kinglet.
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1 Jan 2019, 11:17 AM,
#7
RE: First Three 2019
Here in Wickenburg: Northern Flicker, Vermilion Flycatcher, and Anna’s Hummingbird
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1 Jan 2019, 1:15 PM,
#8
RE: First Three 2019
House Finch, Northern Mockingbird, and...couldn't scrounge up a third on a relatively cold (49) and windy day in Havasu
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1 Jan 2019, 4:39 PM,
#9
RE: First Three 2019
In the cold and snowy Village of Oak Creek (Sedona):  Spotted Towhee, Northern Cardinal, Yellow-rumped Warbler.

A few days ago we had a Curve-Billed Thrasher.  Total feeding frenzy yesterday during the snowstorm:  juncos, warblers, towhee, cardinal, pine siskins, mountain chickadee, n flicker, house finch, scrub jay, bewick's wren, mourning doves, ladder-backed woodpecker, white crowned sparrow, house sparrow, Anna's hummer.
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1 Jan 2019, 11:04 PM,
#10
RE: First Three 2019
Northern Flicker, Dark-eyed Junco, Hairy Woodpecker
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2 Jan 2019, 5:39 PM,
#11
RE: First Three 2019
Bill and I looked for our first three birds in a cold and damp cemetery in Scottsdale.

My first three were American Wigeon, Mallard, and Mourning Dove.
Bill's first three were American Wigeon, European Starling, and Canada Goose.

There were more than 300 wigeons at that location.

Diana Herron
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2 Jan 2019, 8:31 PM,
#12
RE: First Three 2019
My first 3 in Flagstaff were:

American Crow
Common Raven
Mountain Chickadee & Dark-eyed Junco

Gary
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3 Jan 2019, 9:23 AM,
#13
RE: First Three 2019
first three in Cheshire:
American Crow
Mountain Chickadee
House Finch
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3 Jan 2019, 4:47 PM,
#14
RE: First Three 2019
First three here at the Walnut Canyon Lakes:
Common Raven
American Robin
American Crow
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4 Jan 2019, 12:27 PM,
#15
RE: First Three 2019
Cosnino Road east of Flagstaff:

Dark-eyed junco (Oregon)
American robin
House finch

--Christina Vojta
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