Arizona junco

Its range is primarily in Mexico, extending into some of the mountains of the southern tips of the US.

The Arizona junco is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

English: Arizona Junco, Mexican Junco, Red-backed Junco, Yellow-eyed Junco Spanish: Carbonero ojilumbre, Junco de Ojos Amarillos, Junco Ojilumbre, Junco Ojo de Lumbre Spanish (Mexico): Carbonero ojilumbre, Junco Ojilumbre, junco ojo de lumbre Finnish: Meksikonjunkko French: Junco aux yeux jaunes, Junco mexicain Italian: Junco occhigialli Japanese: mekishikoyukihimedori Japanese: メキシコユキヒメドリ Latin: Junco cinereus, Junco phaenotus, Junco phaeonotus, Junco phaeonotus phaeonotus Dutch: Geeloogjunco Polish: junko More

Arizona JUNCO Rivals comments after watching Baumann on Sophomore day: ADAM BAUMANN 6'8" SOPH. YAVAPAI CC Baumann did not do much on the day, but he still has one of the best bodies in the ACCAC. Alongside freshman Mattias Johansson, will make the Roughriders very tough to stop on the boards. Arizona Prep Here is his line: -Games=25 (#2 on the team) -FG=171 of 311 = 55% (numbers 1 & 3 respectively. More

Arizona Junco, Mexican Junco, Red-Backed Junco, Yellow-Eyed Junco Common Names in French: Junco Aux Yeux Jaunes Common Names in German: Rotrückenjunko Common Names in Japanese: メキシコユキヒメドリ Common Names in Spanish: Junco Ojo De Lumbre Common Names in unspecified: Yellow-Eyed Junco Description - Physical Description More

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Order : Passeriformes
Family : Emberizidae
Genus : Junco
Species : phaeonotus
Authority : Wagler, 1831