There are several types of Dark-eyed Junco's but there are only a very small amount of the yellow-eyed flavor. The first of the yellow-eyes are found in Mexico mostly with birds as far north as Tucson and as far south as Guatemala. The Bairds Junco is found on the tip of the Baja California, and the Volcano Junco is in Costa Rica. This particular bird had four young in tow and was frantically looking for food to keep all of the birds fed as it raced around the rocks checking every crevice. The bird and the babies were found on the shoreline of Rose Canyon Lake in the foothills of Mount Lemmon, Arizona.