2010 year list

261. Redhead

260. Calliope Hummingbird

259. Glaucous Gull

258. Winter Wren

257. Barnacle Goose

256. Cackling Goose

255. Ruddy Duck

254. Cave Swallow

253. Snow Bunting

252. Lapland Longspur

251. Fork-tailed Flycatcher

250. Lincoln’s Sparrow

249. Red-shouldered Hawk

248. Swamp Sparrow

247. Forster’s Tern

246. American Bittern

245. Pine Warbler

244. Nashville Warbler

243. Tennessee Warbler

242. Indigo Bunting

241. Cape May Warbler

240. Long-billed Dowitcher

239. Pectoral Sandpiper

238. Brown Creeper

237. Sora

236. Blue-winged Teal

235. Northern Goshawk

234. Carolina Chickadee

233. Royal Tern

232. Black Tern

231. Least Flycatcher

230. Little Blue Heron

229. Great Crested Flycatcher

228. Whimbrel

227. Bobolink

226. American Redstart

225. Common Nighthawk

224. Merlin

223. White-tailed Kite

222. Scarlet Tanager

221. Barred Owl

22o. Eastern wood Pewee

219. Ruby-throated Hummingbird

218. Sooty Shearwater

217. Greater Shearwater

216. Wilson’s Storm Petrel

215. Loggerhead Shrike

214. Western Meadowlark

213. Sage Thrasher

212. Eared Grebe

211. Wilson’s Pharalope

210. Red-necked Pharalope

209. Long-billed Curlew

208. Black-necked Stilt

207. Steller’s Jay

206. Rock wren

205. Townsend’s Solitare

204. Franklin’s Gull

203. Prairie Falcon

202. Swainson’s Thrush

201. Pine Siskin

200. Pine Grosbeak

199. Gray Jay

198. Violet Green Swallow

197. Sandhill Crane

196. Barrow’s Goldeneye

195. White-crowned Sparrow

194. Brewer’s Sparrow

193. Mountain Bluebird

192. Mountain Chickadee

191. Clark’s Nutcracker

190. Caspian Tern

189. Brewer’s Blackbird

188. Bank Swallow

187. Western grebe

186. Clark’s Grebe

185. American Kestrel

184. Swainson’s Hawk

183. Common Raven

182. American White Pelican

181. Yellow-headed Blackbird

180. White-faced Ibis

179. American Avocet

178. Lesser Goldfinch

177. California Quail

176. Lazuli Bunting

175. Golden Eagle

174. Western Scrub Jay

173. Black-headed Grosbeak

172. Black-billed Magpie

171. California Gull

170. Bullock’s Oriole

169. Black- chinned Hummingbird

168. Western Kingbird

167. Black Skimmer

166. Lesser Yellowlegs

165. Common Tern

164. Laughing Gull

163. Cliff Swallow

162. Veery

161. Purple Martin

160. Monk Parakeet

159. Short- billed Dowitcher

158. Brown Thrasher

157. White-rumped Sandpiper

156. Least Tern

155. Eastern Kingbird

154. Orchard Oriole

153. Yellow-crowned Night Heron

152. Marsh Wren

151. Semipalmated Sandpiper

150. Seaside Sparrow

149. Clapper Rail

148. Willow Flycatcher

147. Black-throated Green Warbler

146. Common Yellowthroat

145. Wilson’s Warbler

144. Blackpoll Warbler

143. Chestnut-sided Warbler

142. Bay-breasted Warbler

141. Warbling Vireo

140. Boat tailed Grackle

139. Red-eyed Vireo

138. Blue-gray Gnatcatcher

137. Magnolia Warbler

136. Cedar Waxwing

135. Hermit Thrush

134. Green Heron

133. Yellow Warbler

132. Eastern Bluebird

131. American Oystercatcher

130. Piping Plover

129. Semipalmated Plover

128. House Wren

127. Great Egret

125. Wood Thrush

124. Baltimore Oriole

123. Chimney Swift

122. Least Sandpiper

121. Greater Yellowlegs

120. Spotted Sandpiper

119. Barn Swallow

118. Snowy Egret

117. Northern Rough-winged Swallow

116. Willet

115. Tree Swallow

114. Ovenbird

113. Black-crowned Night Heron

112. Catbird

111. Blue-headed Vireo

110. Northern Parula

109. Black and white Warbler

108. Black-throated Blue Warbler

107. Ruby-crowned Kinglit

106. Broad -winged Hawk

105. Wilson’s Snipe

104. Glossy Ibis

103. Yellow- Bellied Sapsucker

102. Chipping Sparrow

101. Palm Warbler

100. Northern Flicker

99. Trumpeter Swan

98. Eastern Pheobe

97. Double-crested Cormorant

96. Rufous-sided Towhee

95. Killdeer

94. Osprey

93. Wood Duck

92. Bonaparte’s gull

91. American Coot

90. Greater Scaup

89. Savannah Sparrow

88. Common Grackle

87. Northern Mockingbird

86. Pied-billed Grebe

85. Belted Kingfisher

84. Green-winged Teal

83. White-winged Scoter

82. Ring-necked Duck

81. Northern Bobwhite

80. American Tree Sparrow

79. Brown-headed Cowbird

78. Red-winged Blackbird

77. Red- breasted Nuthatch

76. Wild Turkey

75. Great Blue Heron

74. Bald Eagle

73. Snow Goose

72. Tundra Swan

71. Peregrine Falcon

70. Northern Shoveler

69. Canvasback

68. Eastern Meadowlark

67. Northern Pintail

66. Northern Gannet

65. Harlequin Duck

64. Black Scoter

63. Surf Scoter

62. Red-throated Loon

61. Long-tailed Duck

60. Yellow-rumped Warbler

59. Common Merganser

58. Great Cormorant

57. Horned Lark

56. Purple Sandpiper

55. Black-bellied Plover

54. Sanderling

53. Fish Crow

52. Northern Harrier

51. Horned Grebe

50. Turkey Vulture

49. Brant

48. Common Eider

47. Bufflehead

46. Carolina Wren

45. House Finch

44. Black Vulture

43. Mourning Dove

42. American Goldfinch

41. Northern Cardinal

40. Hairy Woodpecker

39. Pileated Woodpecker

38. Great Horned Owl

37. Red-bellied Woodpecker

36. Red-tailed Hawk

35. Dunlin

34. Ruddy Turnstone

33. Great Black-backed Gull

32. Mute Swan

31. American Wigeon

30. Gadwall

29. Dark-eyed Junco

28. Tufted Titmouse

27. Downy Woodpecker

26. Purple Finch

25. Blue Jay

24. Sharp-shinned Hawk

23. Cooper’s Hawk

22. Red-breasted Merganser

21. American Robin

20. Golden-crowned Kinglit

19. Field Sparrow

18. Song Sparrow

17. Common Loon

16. Common Goldeneye

15. Lesser Black-backed Gull

14. Ring-billed Gull

13. Hooded Merganser

12. American Black Duck

11. Canada Goose

10. White Throated Sparrow

9. House Sparrow

8. White-breasted Nuthatch

7. Black-capped Chickadee

6. Rock Dove

4. Mallard

3. Herring  Gull

2. European Starling

1. American Crow

2 responses to “2010 year list

  1. Hi this is Nicole from the young birders club and we did get alot today. I was sooooo surprised that we got the 3 owls that we wanted within less than 5 min., that was a good catch. The pictures that you posted are amazing, and they are all close up so that is even better. When you guys left we went to Greens Island. Not much there except for some canada geese and a dead mouse. { hahaha} thank you for the pictures and hope to see you again on the next birders trip.

    Sincerely,
    Nicole Segal {young birder}

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