Bird Sightings 2016


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To find all unique birds sighted between any time period from July 2011 and today's date, click on the beginning date and ending date in the date boxes above and press submit.

The default dates as shown are from January 1 2016 to today's date.

House Sparrow Cliff Swallow Sandhill Crane
American Goldfinch Barn Swallow American Coot
Purple Finch Bank Swallow Sora
House Finch Violet-green Swallow Virginia Rail
Bullock's Oriole Tree Swallow Rough-legged Hawk
Brown-headed Cowbird Purple Martin Red-tailed Hawk
Yellow-headed Blackbird Northern Rough-winged Swallow Red-shouldered Hawk
Red-winged Blackbird Common Raven Bald Eagle
Black-headed Grosbeak American Crow Cooper's Hawk
Western Tanager California Scrub-Jay Northern Harrier
Spotted Towhee Steller's Jay Osprey
Lincoln's Sparrow Warbling Vireo Turkey Vulture
Song Sparrow Hutton's Vireo Black-crowned Night-Heron
Savannah Sparrow Western Kingbird Great Egret
White-throated Sparrow Pacific-slope Flycatcher Great Blue Heron
Golden-crowned Sparrow Willow Flycatcher American Bittern
White-crowned Sparrow Western Wood-Pewee American White Pelican
Dark-eyed Junco Olive-sided Flycatcher Double-crested Cormorant
Fox Sparrow Peregrine Falcon Pied-billed Grebe
Yellow-breasted Chat Merlin Ring-necked Pheasant
Wilson's Warbler American Kestrel Ruddy Duck
Townsend's Warbler Pileated Woodpecker Common Merganser
Yellow-rumped Warbler Northern Flicker Hooded Merganser
Yellow Warbler Downy Woodpecker Common Goldeneye
Common Yellowthroat Red-breasted Sapsucker Bufflehead
MacGillivray's Warbler Belted Kingfisher Lesser Scaup
Nashville Warbler Rufous Hummingbird Greater Scaup
Orange-crowned Warbler Anna's Hummingbird Ring-necked Duck
Cedar Waxwing Vaux's Swift Redhead
European Starling Great Horned Owl Canvasback
Varied Thrush Barn Owl Green-winged Teal
American Robin Mourning Dove Northern Pintail
Swainson's Thrush Eurasian Collared-Dove Northern Shoveler
Ruby-crowned Kinglet Band-tailed Pigeon Cinnamon Teal
Golden-crowned Kinglet Rock Pigeon Blue-winged Teal
Bewick's Wren Glaucous-winged Gull Mallard
Marsh Wren Thayer's Gull American Wigeon
Pacific Wren Herring Gull Gadwall
House Wren California Gull Wood Duck
Brown Creeper Ring-billed Gull Tundra Swan
White-breasted Nuthatch Mew Gull Trumpeter Swan
Red-breasted Nuthatch Greater Yellowlegs Canada Goose
Bushtit Wilson's Phalarope Cackling Goose
Chestnut-backed Chickadee Wilson's Snipe Greater White-fronted Goose
Black-capped Chickadee Killdeer

Total unique birds seen during this time period: 134

Sightings this timeframe have been contributed by: Al Larrabee, Alex Chmielewski, Barry Woodruff, Bill Bradford, John Bishop, Lyn Topinka, Randy Hill, Roger Windemuth

 

For information contact Roger Windemuth (rogerwindemuth@hotmail.com)

Note! All seasonal and abundance symbols and designations are taken from the Modified "Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge Wildlife Checklist"

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