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I had to include this photo, not taken in NM, but of a species regularly found in New Mexico.
Dippers are a unique family with no close relatives in North America.
They are found only along fast-flowing, rocky streams where they find insect larva underwater.
This first summer bird has found a tasty snack.
This male bird was in the shade, so we cannot see the gorget colors, but I love the detail.
The White-crowned Sparrows & Finches loved to eat the Quince blossoms. Here is an offering.
This was taken using my digiscoping rig.