2011 year list

12/30. 283. Snowy Owl

12/17  282. Virginia Rail

11/20  281. Western Kingbird

11/19  280. Manx Shearwater

11/19  279. Great Shearwater

11/12  278. Red-breasted Nuthatch

10/30  277. Lapland Longspur

10/23  276. Cackling Goose

10/9  275. American Golden Plover

10/9  274. Tennessee Warbler

10/9  273. Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

10/9  272.  Nelson’s Sparrow

10/9  271. Dickcissel

10/9  270. Palm Warbler

9/10  269. Buff-breasted Sandpiper

9/10  268. American Avocet

9/5  267. Long-billed Dowitcher

9/5  266. Northern Pintail

9/4  265. White-rumped Sandpiper

9/3  264. Sandwich Tern

9/3  263. Brown Booby!

9/3  262.  Blue Grosbeak

9/3  261. Royal Tern

9/3  260. Blue-gray Gnatcatcher

9/2  259. Pied-billed Grebe

9/2  258.  Carolina Chickadee

8/29  257. Black Tern

8/29  256. Bridled Tern

8/28. 255. Bairds Sandpiper

8/28 254. Pectoral Sandpiper

8/23  253. Solitary Sandpiper- Most pathetic miss cleared!

8/20  252. Blue-winged Warbler

8/13  251. Barred Owl

8/6  250. Wilson’s Storm Petrel

8/5  249. King Eider

8/5  248. Stilt Sandpiper

7/30  247. Little Blue Heron

7/1  246. Rhinoceros Auklet

7/1 245. Tufted Puffin

7/1  244. Pigeon Guillemot

7/1  243. Sooty Grouse

7/1  242. Brewer’s Blackbird

6/30  241. American Kestrel

6/30  240. Black-headed Grosbeak

6/30. 234. Common Nighthawk

6/29  233. Ruffed Grouse

6/29  232. Red Crossbill

6/29  231. Black Oystercatcher

6/29  230. Glaucous-winged Gull

6/29  229. Heerman’s Gull

6/29  228. Pacific-slope Flycatcher

6/29  227. Pacific Loon

6/29  226. Cassin’s Auklet

6/29  225. Brown Pelican

6/29  224. Pelagic Cormorant

6/29  223. Pacific Wren

6/29  222. White-crowned Sparrow

6/28 221.  American Dipper

6/28  220. Vaux’s Swift

6/28  219. Clark’s Nutcracker

6/28  218. Steller’s Jay

6/28  217. Gray Jay

6/28  216. Varied Thrush

6/27  215. Western Scrub Jay

6/27  214. Blue-winged Teal

6/27  213. Western Tanager

6/27  212. Band-tailed Pigeon

6/27  211. Western Wood Pewee

6/27  210. Chestnut-backed Chickadee

6/27  209. Brown Creeper

6/27  208. Rufous Hummingbird

6/27  207. Northwestern Crow

6/26  206. Cliff Swallow

6/26  205. Upland Sandpiper

6/26  204. Grasshopper Sparrow

6/26  203. Bobolink

5/22  202. Swainson’s Thrush (Swainson’s Thrush was bird 202 on last years YL too!)

5/16  201. House Wren

5/15  200. Red Knot

5/15  199. Least Tern

5/15  198. White-eyed Vireo

5/14  197. Spotted Sandpiper

5/14  196. Cattle Egret

5/14  195. Glossy Ibis

5/14  194. Saltmarsh Sharp-tailed Sparrow

5/14  193. Black Skimmer

5/14  192. Whimbrel

5/14  191. Gull-billed Tern

5/14  190. Caspian Tern

5/14  189. Bank Swallow

5/14  188. Short-billed Dowitcher

5/14  187. Seaside Sparrow

5/14  186. Eastern Meadowlark

5/14  185. Clapper Rail

5/14  184. Semipalmated Plover

5/14  183. Peregrine Falcon

5/14  182. Forster’s Tern

5/14  181. Common Yellowthroat

5/14  180. Black-throated Blue Warbler

5/14  179. Magnolia Warbler

5/14  178. Hooded Warbler

5/14  177. Yellow-billed Cuckoo

5/14  176. American Redstart

5/14  175. Prairie Warbler

5/14  174. Indigo bunting

5/14  173. Yellow-throated Vireo

5/14  172. Worm-eating Warbler

5/14  171. Red-eyed Vireo

5/14  170. Blackburnian Warbler

5/14  168. Rose-breasted Grosbeak

5/14  167. Blue-headed Vireo

5/14  166. Cerulean Warbler

5/14  165. Eastern Wood Pewee

5/14  164. Black-throated  Green Warbler

5/14  163. Veery

5/14  162. Ovenbird

5/14  161. Common Moorhen

5/14  160. Marsh Wren

5/11  159. Common Tern

5/11  158. Ruby-throated Hummingbird

5/11  157. Northern Waterthrush

5/10  156. Least Sandpiper

5/9  155. Orchard Oriole

5/7  154. Yellow-crowned Night Heron

5/5  153. Green Heron

5/5  152. Ruby-crowned Kinglit

5/5  151. Black-and-white Warbler

5/5  150. Swamp Sparrow

5/2  149. Warbling Vireo

5/2  148. Blackpoll Warbler (early bird!)

5/2  147. Northern Parula

5/1  146. Yellow Warbler

5/1  145.  Wood Thrush

5/1  144. Baltimore Oriole

5/1  143. Eastern Kingbird

4/30  142. Gray Catbird

4/30  141. Great-crested Flycatcher

4/30  140. Broad-winged Hawk

4/30  139. Scarlet Tanager

4/30  138. Semipalmated Sandpiper

4/30  137. Willet

4/30  136. Lesser Yellowlegs

4/30  135. Tricolered Heron

4/26  134. Chimney Swift

4/23  133. Hermit Thrush

4/21  132. Rufous-sided Towhee

4/21  131. Chipping Sparrow

4/20  130. Northern Rough-winged Swallow

4/20  129. Purple Martin

4/19  128. Piping Plover

4/19  127. Pine Warbler

4/18  126. Harlequin Duck

4/18  125. Willow Flycatcher

4/16  124. Barn Swallow

4/16  123. Laughing Gull

4/15.  122. Tree Swallow

4/14  121. Black-crowned Night Heron

4/10  120. Snowy Egret

4/10  119. Greater Yellowlegs

4/10  118. American Oystercatcher

4/10  117. Northern Flicker

4/9  116. Winter Wren

4/2  115. Eastern Phoebe

4/2  114. Eastern Bluebird

3/28  113. Northern Shoveler

3/27  112. Great Egret

3/26  111. Osprey

3/20  110. Wilson’s Snipe

3/19  109. Iceland Gull

3/19  108. Rusty Blackbird

3/19  107. Glaucous Gull

3/19  106. Little Gull

3/19  105. Atlantic Puffin

3/19  104. Black-legged Kittiwake

3/19  103. Dovekie

3/19  102. Common Murre

3/19  101. Northern Gannet

3/19  100. Double-crested Cormorant

3/14  99. Yellow-rumped Warbler

3/12  98. Short-eared Owl

3/12  97. Boat-tailed Grackle

3/9  96. Ring-necked Duck

3/6  95. Killdeer

3/6  94. Green-winged Teal

2/27  93.  Bonaparte’s Gull

2/26  92. Brown-headed Cowbird

2/26  91. Red-winged Blackbird

2/21  90. Bohemian Waxwing

2/21  89. Wild Turkey

2/21  88. Common Raven

2/20  87. Pileated Woodpecker

2/13  86. Wood Duck

2/13  85. Ruddy Duck

2/13  84. Lesser Scaup

2/6  83. Snow Bunting

1/30  82. Monk Parakeet

1/30  81. Common Merganser

1/30  80. Fish Crow

1/21  79. Field Sparrow

1/19  78. Lesser Black-backed Gull

1/19  77. Dunlin

1/19  76. American Tree Sparrow

1/15  75. Savannah Sparrow

1/15  74. Common Redpoll

1/15  73. Fox Sparrow

1/15  72. Sharp-shinned Hawk

1/15  71. Red-throated Loon

1/15  70. Golden-crowned Kinglet

1/15  69. Northern Saw-whet Owl

1/15  68. Great-horned Owl

1/15  67. Long-eared Owl

1/15  66. Merlin

1/15  65. Canvasback

1/11  64. Cooper’s Hawk

1/9  63. Great-blue Heron

1/9  62. American Pipit

1/9  61. Horned Lark

1/9  60. Purple Sandpiper

1/9  59. Hooded Merganser

1/8  58. Surf Scoter

1/8  57. Common Eider

1/8  56. Black Scoter

1/8  55. Northern Harrier

1/8  54. Belted Kingfisher

1/8.  53. Cedar Waxwing

1/8  52. Common Grackle

1/8  51. Black-bellied Plover

1/8.  50. Red-shouldered Hawk

1/8.  49. Brant

1/8  48. Black Vulture

1/8  47. Ruddy Turnstone

1/8  46. Great Cormorant

1/8  45.  Long-tailed Duck

1/8  44. Mute Swan

1/7  43. Dark-eyed Junco

1/5  42. White-breasted Nuthatch

1/4  41. American Robin

1/3  40. Carolina Wren

1/3  39. Turkey Vulture

1/3  38. Northern Cardinal

1/3  37. White-throated Sparrow

1/3  36. House Finch

1/3  35. American Goldfinch

1/2  34. Bufflehead

1/2  33. Red-tailed Hawk

1/2  32. Ring-billed Gull

1/2  31. American Coot

1/2  30. Great Black-backed Gull

1/2  29. House Sparrow

1/2  28. Bald Eagle

1/2  27. Mallard

1/2  26. Song Sparrow

1/2  25. Gadwall

1/2  24. American Wigeon

1/2  23. Common Goldeneye

1/2  22. Razorbill

1/2  21. Sanderling

1/2  20. Red-necked Grebe

1/2  19. Horned Grebe

1/2  18. White-winged Scoter

1/2  17. Red-breasted Merganser

1/2  16. Greater Scaup

1/2  15. Common Loon

1/2  14. Northern Mockingbird

1/2  13. American Black Duck

1/2  12. Canada Goose

1/2  11. Rock Pigeon

1/2  10. Herring Gull

1/2  9. European Starling

1/1  8. Mourning Dove

1/1  7. Downy Woodpecker

1/1  6. American Crow

1/1  5. Tufted Titmouse

1/1  4. Hairy Woodpecker

1/1  3. Blue Jay

1/1  2. Red-bellied Woodpecker

1/1  1. Black-capped Chickadee

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One response to “2011 year list

  1. I regularly visit your blog just to read your year list, (very impressive). I love seeing what birds you have seen especially some of the eastern birds that I have never seen.

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