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Black-tailed Gnatcatcher


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Absolutely Black-tailed Gnatcatcher- in this case, the black cap identifies it as such, as the only other possibility is Blue-gray.

Environment and location are very important- Black-capped is a rare and local species found in southeast AZ, but would definitely not be found in Saguaro National Park nor in sonoran desert habitat. Black-tailed, on the other hand, is very common throughout the Sonoran desert and loves this type of habitat.

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