South East Arizona is known for some truly amazing birding, and another one of the specialties that this area is known for is the Sulphur-bellied Flycatcher – Myiodynasters luteiventris. This bird is rarely seen in the US, other than here, where this boldly patterned bird actually somewhat common, especially up in the Madera Canyon area. Just another great reason to plan at trip to South East Arizona!
eBird confirms that the only place I’ve seen Sulphur-bellied Flycatcher is Ramsey Canyon, where, as you indicate, it was actually pretty common. I saw seven. Also lifers that day: Rivoli’s Hummingbird, Violet-crowned Hummingbird, Arizona Woodpecker, and Painted Redstart. These SE AZ posts are great — keep them up!
Jason, There have been so many great spots around Tuscon, that I haven’t made it to Ramsey Canyon yet. It is most certainly on my “To Do” list.