Monday, 2 July 2012

My birding list!

Here is a record of my bird sightings
With links to their photos!
  1. American Bittern
  2. American Redstart: "witchety, witchety, witchety, witch" (Juvenile, and adult)
  3. Baltimore Oriole
  4. Black & White Warbler
  5. Blue Jay
  6. Canada Geese and goslings
  7. Cedar Waxwing
  8. Chickadee
  9. Common Loon
  10. Common YellowthroatYellowthroat Warbler
  11. Cormorant
  12. Ducks: Mallards
  13.      Merganser Duck
  14.      Mallards
  15.      Ring-necked
  16. Eastern Kingbird
  17. Evening Grosbeak
  18. European Starling
  19. Flicker
  20. Flycatcher
  21. Goldfinch
  22. Common Grackle
  23. Flicker
  24. Great Blue Heron
  25. Great Crested Flycatcher
  26. Hermit Thrush
  27. Hummingbird
  28. Indigo Bunting
  29. Kestrel
  30. Killdeer
  31. Mourning dove
  32. Nuthatch: white
  33.        & Rose-breasted
  34. Owls: Barred Owl
  35.        Great Horned Owl
  36.        Snowy Owl
  37.        Saw-whet
  38. Osprey
  39. Ovenbird – Teacher-Teacher_Teacher-Teach
  40. Phoebe
  41. Pine Warbler
  42. Purple Finch
  43. Red-eyed Vireo: song sounds like a telephone conversation: "Hello." "How are you?"
  44. Red-tailed Hawk
  45. Red-winged Blackbird
  46. Redpoll
  47. Robin (Batman –the Robin )
  48. Rose-breasted Grosbeak
  49. Scarlet Tanager
  50. Seagull
  51. Sparrows: White-Throated Sparrow 
  52.         Tree sparrow
  53.         Chipping Sparrow
  54.         American Sparrow
  55. Turkey Vulture
  56. Veery
  57. Waterthrush
  58. Wild Turkeys
  59. Wood Duck
  60. Woodpeckers: Downy Woodpeckers
  61.        Hairy Woodpeckers
  62.        Pileated Woodpecker
  63. Yellow Warbler
  64. Yellow-bellied sap sucker
  65. Yellow-rumped Warbler: "sweet, sweet, sweet, shredded wheat"






6 comments:

Anonymous said...

that is amazing, beautiful!

Crafty Gardener said...

Fantastic long list of sightings. Hoping you see many more.

Olga said...

Great list and pictures.

Linda said...

An amazing assortment of birds! I am impressed!

Red said...

super list and pictures. I'm not going to let you away with just sea gull. What kind is it? Ring bill I think?

Kay said...

Oh my goodness! That is such a remarkable list. I can't get past pigeons, doves, mynahs, bulbuls, and finches over here.