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Guide to Tuolumne Meadows Trails (1960) by Allan Shields


A CHECK LIST OF BIRDS OF THE TUOLUMNE REGION BY LOCATION

Mrs. Elsie Roemer ((1960))*

Tuolumne Meadows Area

Green-winged Teal
Red-tailed Hawk
Sparrow Hawk
Blue (sooty) Grouse
Solitary Sandpiper
Killdeer
California Gull
Long-eared Owl
Red-shafted Flicker
Williamson’s Sapsucker
Hairy Woodpecker
Black-backed Three toed
Woodpecker
Hammond’s Flycatcher
Dusky Flycatcher
Western Flycatcher
Olive-sided Flycatcher
Violet-green Swallow Steller’s Jay
Clark’s Nutcracker
Mountain Chickadee
Red-breasted Nuthatch
Brown Creeper
Dipper
Robin
Hermit Thrush
Swainson’s Thrush
Townsend’s Solitaire
Mountain Bluebird
Orange-crowned Warbl
Yellow Warbler
Audubon’s Warbler
Hermit Warbler
Wilson’s Warbler
Brewer’s Blackbird
Western Tanager
Cassin’s Finch
Pine Grosbeak
Pine Siskin
Red Crossbill
Oregon Junco
Chipping Sparrow
White-crowned Sparrov
Lincoln’s Sparrow

Lake Tenaya and Slopes of Tenaya Peak Area

Blue (sooty) Grouse
California Gull
Brown Creeper
MacGillivray’s Warbler
Orange-crowned Warble
Wilson’s Warbler
Audubon’s Warbler
Mountain Chickadee
Oregon Junco
Steller’s Jay
Hermit Thrush
Green-tailed Towhee
Traill’s Flycatcher
Winter Wren
Red Crossbill
Cassin’s Finch
Hammond’s Flycatcher
Dusky Flycatcher
Chipping Sparrow
Western Wood Pewee
Yellow Warbler
Clark’s Nutcracker
Pine Grosbeak
Pine Siskin
Red-tailed Hawk
Mountain Quail
Western Flycatcher
Nashville Warbler
Red-shafted Flicker

Tioga Pass, Dana Meadows and East Side Area

Prairie Falcon
Allen’s Hummingbird
Red-shafted Flicker
Traill’s Flycatcher
Violet-green Swallow
Townsend’s Solitaire
Gray-Crowned (Sierra Nevada)
Rosy Finch
Pine Siskin
Green-tailed Towhee
Oregon Junco
Robin
Mountain Chickadee
White-crowned Sparrow
Cassin’s Finch
Lincoln’s Sparrow
Clark’s Nutcracker
Audubon’s Warbler
Orange-crowned Warbler
Western Wood Pewee
Chipping Sparrow
California Gull

Mono Lake Area

Eared Grebe
Wilson’s Phalarope
Northern Phalarope
California Gull
Allen’s Hummingbird

*Names in this list conform to the 5th Edition of the A.O.U. Check List of North American Birds (1957)

Mono Lake from the summit of Mt. Dana.
    Anderson, NPS
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Mono Lake from the summit of Mt. Dana. Anderson, NPS

NOTES

 


MANY OTHER INTERESTING FEATURES OF YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK ARE EXPLAINED THROUGH SELF-GUIDING BOOKLETS. YOU ARE INVITED TO ENJOY THESE ALSO:

GUIDE TO MARIPOSA GROVE NATURE TRAIL — A guide to a nature trail through this famed grove of Sequoias.

AUTO TOUR OF YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK — Many vistas and features are explained in this booklet, which includes all roads in the Park.

TRAIL GUIDE TO INSPIRATION POINT NATURE TRAIL — The Mariposa Battalion first saw Yosemite Valley from near this vantage point. The booklet tells you of this and other historic events and also identifies many plants along the trail.

GUIDE TO HAPPY ISLES NATURE CENTER — A pictorial guide to this interesting interpretive development.

A GUIDE TO THE YOSEMITE SEQUOIAS — All of the more interesting Sequoias are described in this self-guiding auto tour to the Mariposa Grove.

GUIDE TO THE PIONEER CEMETERY — Many of Yosemite’s pioneers are buried here. Their story is briefly told in this guide.

THE ABOVE SELF-GUIDING BOOKLETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE MUSEUMS AND AT THE STARTING-POINTS OF THE TRAILS.

Marmots
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