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HARRISON RIVER 116th CHRISTMAS BIRD COUNT

 

Date: _December 14th 2015________   Party hours:  By Car___________    On Foot: _________

Area: ______­­­­­________ Party Kilometers: By Car_______­­­­­________ On Foot: ________­­­_______

Leader:____________________ Observer: __________________Recorder: _________________

Other Observers: _________________________________________________________________

 

Species seen on previous Agassiz (1994-95) and all Harrison River counts.

SPECIES

 

TOTAL

Snow Goose (White form) new 2011

 

 

Canada Goose

 

 

Cackling Goose

 

 

Trumpeter Swan

 

 

Tundra Swan

 

 

Wood Duck

 

 

Gadwall

 

 

Eurasian Widgeon

 

 

American Widgeon

 

 

Mallard

 

 

Blue-wing Teal

 

 

Northern Shoveler

 

 

Northern Pintail

 

 

Green-winged Teal

 

 

Canvasback

 

 

Redhead

 

 

Ring-necked Duck

 

 

Greater Scaup

 

 

Lesser Scaup

 

 

Whit-winged Scoter

 

 

Long-tailed Duck

 

 

Bufflehead

 

 

Common Goldeneye

 

 

Barrow’s Goldeneye

 

 

Hooded Merganser

 

 

Common Merganser

 

 

Ruddy Duck

 

 

Duck sp.

 

 

Ring-necked Pheasant

 

 

Ruffed Grouse

 

 

Pacific Loon         new 2010

 

 

Common Loon

 

 

Pied-billed Grebe

 

 

Horned Grebe

 

 

Red-necked Grebe    new 2010

 

 

Western Grebe

 

 

Double-crested Cormorant

 

 

Great Blue Heron

 

 

Golden Eagle     new 2014

 

 

Bald Eagle (adults)

 

 

Bald Eagle (Immature)

 

 

Northern Harrier

 

 

Sharp-shinned Hawk

 

 

Cooper’s Hawk

 

 

*Northern  Goshawk

 

 

Red-tailed Hawk

 

 

Rough-legged Hawk

 

 

Buteo sp.

 

 

American Kestrel

 

 

Merlin

 

 

Peregrine Falcon

 

 

*Virginia Rail           new 2011

 

 

American Coot

 

 

Killdeer

 

 

Spotted Sandpiper

 

 

Greater Yellowlegs

 

 

Dunlin

 

 

Wilson’s Snipe

 

 

Bonaparte’s Gull           

 

 

Mew Gull

 

 

Ring-billed Gull

 

 

California Gull

 

 

Herring Gull

 

 

Thayer’s Gull

 

 

*Iceland Gull            new 2011

 

 

Western Gull

 

 

Glaucous-winged Gull

 

 

Rock Pigeon

 

 

Eurasian Collared-Dove   2011

 

 

*Mourning Dove

 

 

Barn Owl

 

 

Western Screech-Owl

 

 

Great Horned Owl

 

 

Northern Pygmy-Owl

 

 

Barred Owl

 

 

Northern Saw-whet Owl

 

 

Belted Kingfisher

 

 

Red-breasted Sapsucker

 

 

Downy Woodpecker

 

 

Hairy Woodpecker

 

 

Northern Flicker (red shafted)

 

 

Northern Flicker (yellow shafted)

 

 

 

 

 

Pileated Woodpecker

 

 

Northern Shrike

 

 

Gray Jay

 

 

Steller’s Jay

 

 

Northwestern  Crow

 

 

Crow sp

 

 

Common Raven

 

 

Black-capped Chickadee

 

 

Chestnut-backed Chickadee

 

 

Bushtit

 

 

Red-breasted Nuthatch

 

 

Brown Creeper

 

 

Bewick’s Wren

 

 

Pacific Wren (Winter)

 

 

Marsh Wren

 

 

American Dipper

 

 

Golden-crowned Kinglet

 

 

Ruby-crowned Kinglet

 

 

*Townsend’s Solitaire nw 2010

 

 

American Robin

 

 

Varied Thrush

 

 

European Starling

 

 

*Bohemian waxwing   new 2010

 

 

Yellow-rumped Warbler (Audubon’s

 

 

*Common Yellowthroat   2011

 

 

Spotted Towhee

 

 

*American Tree Sparrow 2010

 

 

Savannah Sparrow

 

 

*Swamp Sparrow

 

 

Fox Sparrow

 

 

Song Sparrow

 

 

Lincoln’s Sparrow

 

 

*White-throated Sparrow

 

 

*Harris’ Sparrow

 

 

White-crown Sparrow

 

 

Golden-crowned Sparrow

 

 

Dark-eyed (Oregon) Junco

 

 

Dark-eyed (Slate–colored) Junco

 

 

*Snow Bunting

 

 

Western Meadowlark

 

 

Red-winged Blackbird

 

 

Brewer’s Blackbird

 

 

Brown-headed Cowbird

 

 

*Pine Grosbeak

 

 

Purple Finch

 

 

House Finch

 

 

Red Crossbill

 

 

Common Redpoll

 

 

Pine Siskin

 

 

American Goldfinch

 

 

Evening Grosbeak

 

 

House Sparrow

 

 

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Total Individuals

 

 

Total Species

 

All new species and ones with * need a rare bird form completed to be an accepted record. (just the points you ID the bird by).  129 species were seen and accepted to date, with one species new 2014 last year.

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