Some of the birds that can be found there typically do not occur elsewhere in the country and include the colima warbler, Lucifer hummingbird, band-tailed pigeon, varied bunting, flammulated owl, elf owl, Mexican jay, black-chinned sparrow, green kingfisher, pyrrhuloxia, and crissal thrasher.
What does CRTH stand for?
CRTH stands for Crissal Thrasher (bird species Toxostoma crissale)
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- Crisis Response Task Force
- Columbia River Treaty Fishing Access Program
- Critical/Non-Critical Facilities Product (WCCS)
- Commission des Relations de Travail dans la Fonction Publique
- Can't Remember to Forget You (song; Shakira)
- Clinical Research Training Grant (various organizations)
- Co-operative Retail Trading Group (Manchester, UK)
- Centre de Recherche Texte/Histoire (French: Research Center Text/History)
- Center for Research on Telehealth and Healthcare Communications (scientific and clinical research; University of Florida; Gainesville, FL)
- CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological-Nuclear and Explosives) Research and Technology Initiative (Canada)
- Centre de Recherche en Technologie de l'Information (French)
- Combined Radiation and Thermal Injury
- Cummins Research and Technology India (est. 2003)
- Centre de Resources des Technologies de l'Information pour le Batiment (Luxembourg)
- Combined Radiation End Thermal Injury
- Community Right-To-Know
- Cincinnati Right to Life (Cincinnati, OH)
- Colorado Right to Life (political group)
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rarities as the zone-tailed hawk, lucifer hummingbird, crissal thrasher, and varied bunting.