The town of Duncan is located along the Gila River and has a wonderful riparian area and a place designated as the 'Duncan Birding Trail'. This was our starting point on Saturday and it did not disappoint. We ended up with a whopping 66 species in this location alone! Finally got my best views to date of a Mississippi Kite.
For video and song of this Gray Vireo, please click on this LINK.
Now a bit of interesting information for those of you that are actually reading this post and it concerns the next 2 photos of these whiptail lizards. These 2 species of lizards are parthenogenetic which means they are asexual and are all females. They lay unfertilized eggs and all the offspring are actually clones of the parent. Now isn't that an interesting tidbit of information? Both of these species were new lifer reptiles for me as well.