Desert thrasher

Le Conte's Thrasher is named for American entomologist John Lawrence LeConte.

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

Harris’ hawk, blue-winged teal, desert thrasher, ruddy duck, cinnamon teal, lesser goldfinch, gila woodpecker, many vermillion flycatchers and plenty of black-chinned hummingbirds at the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area: Hummingbirds I don’t keep track of the mammals I’ve seen, but I did spot a round-tailed ground squirrel looking for food in a tree. Homer and I were able to observe banding of the hummingbirds, but first the naturalists have to catch the quick birds using the clever trap shown below. More

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Order : Passeriformes
Family : Mimidae
Genus : Toxostoma
Species : lecontei
Authority : Lawrence, 1851