Monday, May 02, 2016

Nearly 500 Birds

Life list reconstruction.

Birds in 2003 are a best guess of order. The birds of 2003-2012 are in Missouri unless noted otherwise. Some of the lifer birds are actually bird #2 as I was not 100% sure of the first or the record of the first is sketchy. There have been a few “lost” birds added to the list, so the old numbers may be off, after the bird name.

  1. Eurasian starling (2.23.2003)
  2. American Crow
  3. northern mockingbird
  4. northern cardinal
  5. mourning dove
  6. house sparrow
  7. house finch
  8. red winged blackbird
  9. american robin
  10. tufted titmouse
  11. dark-eyed junco
  12. american goldfinch
  13.  downy woodpecker
  14. white-throated sparrow
  15. killdeer
  16. red-bellied woodpecker
  17. bluejay
  18. eastern phoebe
  19. brown-headed cowbird
  20. turkey vulture
  21. common grackle (april 2003)
  22. chimney swift (IL)
  23. eastern bluebird (IL)
  24. Baltimore oriole (IL)
  25. eastern meadowlark
  26. red-headed woodpecker
  27. indigo bunting (5.31.2003)
  28. eastern towhee
  29. summer tanager (at Elephant Rocks)
  30. cedar waxwing
  31. ruby-crowned kinglet
  32. blue-gray gnatcatcher
  33. barn swallow
  34. eastern kingbird (Indiana)
  35. brown thrasher (Indiana)
  36. Eurasian tree-sparrow
  37. tree swallow
  38. house wren
  39. bobwhite
  40. rose-breasted grosbeak (MI)
  41. red-tailed hawk
  42. western kingbird
  43. yellow-bellied sapsucker (June 2003 Manitoba)
  44. gray catbird (Alberta)
  45. yellow warbler (Manitoba, other birds were MO a year or two later)
  46. spotted towhee (Alberta)
  47. black-billed magpie (Alberta)
  48. ring-billed gull (Alberta)
  49. Clark’s nutcracker (Alberta)
  50. Gray Jay (Alberta)
  51. Common Raven (Alberta)
  52. Song sparrow (Alberta)
  53. Chipping Sparrow (Alberta)
  54. Great horned owl (Alberta, mobbed)
  55. American avocet (Saskatchewan)
  56. Canvasback (Saskatchewan)
  57. double-crested cormorant (Saskatchewan)
  58. Lazuli bunting (North Dakota)
  59. white-breasted nuthatch (ND)
  60. black-capped chickadee (ND)
  61. northern flicker (Nebraska)
  62. ruby-throated hummingbird (Sep 2003)
  63. common nighthawk
  64. red-breasted nuthatch
  65. wood thrush
  66. american kestrel
  67. carolina wren
  68. brown creeper
  69. green heron
  70. great blue heron
  71. great egret
  72. little blue heron
  73. hooded/carrion crow (SWE)
  74. great tit (SWE, Oct 2003)
  75. (common, Eurasian) magpie (SWE 2003, Finland 09)
  76. yellow-rumped warbler
  77. cooper’s hawk
  78. herring gull (USA)
  79. mallard
  80. Canada goose
  81. rock dove
  82. greater roadrunner (NM, Texas Big Bend 2013) (77-82 are just here as missed exact order)
  83. common goldeneye (2004, downtown MO on river)
  84. wild turkey (WI)
  85. sharp shinned hawk (MO)
  86. golden-crowned kinglet
  87. purple martin (IL, Horseshoe lake)
  88. lesser yellowlegs (NE)
  89. blue-winged teal (NE)
  90. green-winged teal NE)
  91. sandhill crane (march 2004,NE)
  92. lesser scaup
  93. blue grosbeak (BG trail)
  94. carolina chickadee (scout camp, Famington)
  95. great crested flycatcher (MO)
  96. whip-poor-will (Elephant rocks, MO)
  97. black tern (WI)
  98.             marsh wren (WI)
  99.             pileated woodpecker (MO)
  100. pheasant (Iowa)
  101. chestnut-sided warbler (July 2004, MN)
  102. Mississippi kite
  103. willow flycatcher
  104. burrowing owl (NE)
  105. black and white warbler (NE)
  106. american redstart (NE)
  107. spotted sandpiper (NE)
  108. belted kingfisher (NE)
  109. bald eagle (NE)
  110. prothonotary warbler
  111. blackburnian warbler (fall 2004)
  112. dicksissel (IL)
  113. field sparrow (Forest park)
  114. fox sparrow
  115. pied billed grebe
  116. prairie falcon (Meramec State Park 2004)
  117. hooded merganser
  118. trumpeter swan
  119. tundra swan
  120. bufflehead
  121. ruddy duck
  122. ring necked duck
  123. red breasted merganser
  124. swamp sparrow
  125. american white pelican
  126. warbling vireo (125 to 130  are out of order)
  127. philadelphia vireo
  128. red-eyed vireo (WI)
  129. northern rough-winged swallow
  130. hermit thrush
  131. american coot
  132. common loon (seen before red-throated, at Horseshoe Lake IL and Alton)
  133. Northern Pintail (2004 list)
  134. bobolink (2004 list)
  135. (2005) american tree sparrow
  136. snow goose (Feb 2005)
  137. gadwall
  138. common merganser (all 3 now!)
  139. redhead
  140. peregrine falcon
  141. pine siskin (2005 eau Claire)
  142. northern shoveler
  143. brown pelican (CA San Diego)
  144. marbled godwit (CA)
  145. wandering tattler (CA)
  146. California gull (CA)
  147. black phoebe (CA)
  148. Townsend’s warbler (CA)
  149. western bluebird (CA)
  150. California towhee (CA)
  151. Anna’s hummingbird (CA)
  152. Pacific-slope Flycatcher  (CA, all are San Diego)
  153. Northern harrier (IL)
  154. wood duck (AR)
  155. Eurasian collared dove (AR)
  156. fish crow
  157. yellow-throated warbler (4.16.2005)
  158. red-shouldered hawk
  159. broad winged hawk
  160. northern parula
  161. acadian flycatcher
  162. Caspian tern
  163. white-crowned sparrow
  164. swainson’s thrush
  165. Tennessee warbler
  166. dunlin (may 2005)
  167. semipalmated plover
  168. cliff swallow
  169. least sandpiper
  170. semipalmated sandpiper
  171. pectoral sanpiper
  172. greater yellowlegs
  173. black-crowned night heron
  174. common yellow-thooat
  175. yellow-bellied flycatcher
  176. oven bird
  177. orchard oriole
  178. american bittern
  179. american golden plover
  180. yellow-billed cuckoo
  181. Louisiana waterthrush
  182. Eastern wood-pewee
  183. ICELAND (178-204): meadow pipit (took out 347, also saw it Finland 2009)
  184. Arctic Skua
  185. Whimbrel
  186. Great Black-Backed Gull
  187. White Wagtail
  188. Oyster Catcher
  189. Arctic Tern
  190. Common Snipe
  191. Redwing
  192. Kittiwake
  193. Black Headed Gull
  194. Whooper Swan
  195. Great Skua
  196. Atlantic Puffin
  197. Eurasian Golden Plover
  198. Red Necked Phalarope
  199. Graylag Goose
  200. Common Redshank
  201. Red-throated Loon (Busch Wildlife with David)(also FIN 09)
  202. Long-tailed Duck
  203. Greater Scaup (Myvatn, IS)
  204. Barrow’s Goldeneye (Myvatn IS)
  205. Snow Bunting IS
  206. Common Eider IS
  207. Lesser Black-Backed Gull IS
  208. Raven
  209. Black Guillemot (End ICELAND)
  210. Northern Gannett
  211. worm-eating warbler (gaddy garden MO)
  212. northern waterthrush (Castlewood, Oct 2005, Costa Rica 2016)
  213. wilson’s snipe (fall 2005)
  214. savannah sparrow
  215. leconte’s sparrow
  216. horned grebe
  217. Thayer’s gull (with Joe eades)
  218. Scarlet tanager (2005 summer, MN)
  219. hairy woodpecker (2005)
  220. upland sandpiper (2005)
  221.             buff-breasted sandpiper (2005)
  222. common redpoll (2005 WI)
  223. cackling goose (MO 05)
  224. Common gallinule (originally moorhen,MO 05, LA 06)
  225.             purple finch
  226.             blue-headed vireo
  227. (2006) Greater White-fronted Goose
  228. Ross’s Goose, eskimohanhi
  229. Short Eared Owl
  230. Loggerhead Shrike
  231. Steller’s jay (CO)
  232. bell’s vireo
  233. Kentucky warbler
  234. Harris’ sparrow
  235. vesper sparrow (second one was in 08 with group)
  236. Wilson’s warbler
  237. brewer’s blackbird (CO)
  238. violet green swallow (CO)
  239. western wood-pewee (CO)
  240. dusky flycatcher (CO)
  241. Green Tailed Towhee, CO
  242. Black Throated Sparrow, UT
  243. Ash Throated Flycatcher, UT and CO
  244. Juniper Titmouse, CO
  245. White Throated Swift, CO, kalliokiitäjä
  246. Rock Wren, CO
  247. Pinyon Jay, CO
  248. Western Scrub-Jay CO
  249. Lark Sparrow, CO, kirjopääsirkku
  250. Bullock’s Oriole, CO
  251. Cattle Egret, CO, NE, lehmähaikara
  252. Lark Bunting, CO
  253. Painted bunting
  254. Bush tit (Seattle)
  255. bewick’s wren (Seattle)
  256. glaucous-winged gull
  257. ruffed grouse (MN)
  258. swallow-tailed kite
  259. black-throated green warbler
  260. Franklin’s gull
  261. black scoter (Riverlands, MO or IL)
  262. rusty blackbird
  263. Bonaparte’s gull
  264. long billed dowitcher (Mike, two rivers IL)
  265. american black duck
  266. pine warbler (2006 list)
  267. cerulean warbler (2006 list)
  268. winter wren (see year lists)
  269. least flycatcher (see year lists)
  270. orange-crowned warbler (MO 06, also 08, 2014 with STL Audubon, Forest Park)
  271. (2007) great-tailed grackle (TX)
  272. sage thrasher (AZ)
  273. canyon wren (AZ)
  274. black-chinned sparrow  (AZ)
  275. mountain chickadee (AZ)
  276. albert’s towhee (AZ)
  277. pygmy nuthatch (AZ)
  278. say’s phoebe (AZ)
  279. rufous-crowned sparrow (AZ)
  280. Calofornia condor (AZ, grand Canyon, 07)
  281. (added sort of randomly to 269) Sabine’s gull (07, IL)
  282. willet (2007, MO)
  283. white-winged scoter
  284. American Wigeon (2007 year list)
  285. American Woodcock (spring 2007)
  286. Glaucous Gull (IL 07)
  287. Barred Owl (M0 07, IL with Mike 08)
  288. prairie warbler (2007 list)
  289. palm warbler (2007 list)
  290. grasshopper sparrow (2007 list)
  291. sanderling (see 2007 list)
  292. Henslow’s sparrow
  293. Blackpoll warbler (04 possible, 07 sure)
  294. hooded warbler
  295. Yellow-Breasted Chat, MO 07(#293 old numbering, off due to Condor)
  296. Yellow-Throated Vireo, MO 07 (#294)
  297. Gray Cheeked Thrush, MO 07 (#295)
  298. Magnolia Warbler MO 06, 07(#297)
  299. Canada warbler (#298)
  300. Bank Swallow (#299)
  301. Mourning Warbler (#300)
  302. osprey (#301)
  303. baird’s sandpiper (#302)
  304. stilt sandpiper (#303)
  305. short-billed dowitcher (#304)
  306. snowy egret (#305)
  307. Forster’s tern (#306)
  308. common tern (#307)
  309. laughing gull (#308)
  310. ruddy turnstone (#309)
  311. Bay-breasted warbler (#310)
  312. Common Moorhen MO (2007?), new Orleans 2008 (#311)
  313. Monk Parakeet (#312)
  314. White Ibis (#313)
  315. Anhinga (#314)
  316. red crossbill (#315)
  317. Black-Billed Cuckoo (#316)
  318. Black Necked Stilt (#317)
  319. Scissortailed Flycatcher (#318)
  320. Black-throated Blue Warbler (#319)
  321. Eastern Screech Owl  (#320)
  322. Iceland Gull (#321)
  323. Northern Shrike (#322)
  324. Lesser Goldfinch(#323)
  325.  mustarastas LIFER 324
  326. FIELDFARE räkättirastas LIFER 325 (2009 Sweden/FIN)
  327. COMMON (MEW) GULL, kalalokki, LIFER 326
  328. CHAFFINCH, peippo, LIFER 327
  329. BLUE TIT, sinitiainen, LIFER 328
  330. SONG THRUSH, laulurastas, LIFER 329
  331. SISKIN, vihervarpunen, LIFER 330
  332. PIED FLYCATCHER, kirjosieppo, LIFER 331
  333. ROBIN, punarinta, LIFER 332
  334. willow warbler, pajulintu, LIFER 333
  335. THRUSH NIGHTINGALE, satakieli, LIFER 334
  336. SPOTTED FLYCATCHER, harmaasieppo, LIFER 335
  337. WOOD PIGEON, sepelkyyhky, LIFER 336
  338. SWIFT, tervapääsky, LIFER 337
  339. JACKDAW, naakka, LIFER 338
  340. GREAT SPOTTED WOODPECKER, käpytikka, LIFER 339
  341. BLACK-THROATED DIVER (Loon), kuikka, LIFER 340
  342. COOT, nokikana, LIFER 341
  343. Eurasian Wigeon, haapana, LIFER 342
  344. EURASIAN TEAL (Eurasian green-winged teal), tavi, LIFER 343
  345. GREAT CRESTED GREBE, silkkiuikku, LIFER 344
  346. YELLOWHAMMER, keltasirkku, LIFER 346
  347. COMMON CUCKOO, käki, LIFER 347
  348. DUNNOCK, rautiainen, LIFER 348
  349. COMMON SANDPIPER, rantasipi, LIFER 349
  350. TREE PIPIT, metsäkirvinen, LIFER 350
  351. CHIFFCHAFF, tiltaltti, LIFER 351
  352. CRESTED TIT, töyhtötiainen, LIFER 352
  353. CURLEW, kuovi, LIFER 353
  354. LAPWING, töyhtöhyyppä, LIFER 354
  355. RED-NECKED GREBE, härkälintu, LIFER 355
  356. WOODCOCK, lehtokurppa, LIFER 356
  357. NIGHTJAR, kehrääjä, LIFER 357
  358. SEDGE WARBLER, ruokokerttunen, LIFER 358
  359. MARSH HARRIER, ruskosuohaukka, LIFER 359
  360. MUTE SWAN, kyhmyjoutsen, (put in place of MISSOURI lifer?) LIFER 360
  361. REED BUNTING, pajusirkku, LIFER 361
  362. COMMON WHITETHROAT, pensaskerttu, LIFER 362
  363. WILLOW TIT, hömötiainen, LIFER 363
  364. BARNACLE GOOSE, valkoposkihanhi, LIFER  364
  365. Common Crane, kurki (lifer 365)
  366. Moorhen (Tampere, 2009, split later from Gallinule)
  367. Green Finch, viherpeippo (Turku, 09, actually after 330, see notes)
  368. Alder Flycatcher LIFER CAN NS 367
  369. Sooty Shearwater CAN NF Lifer 368
  370. Greater Shearwater CAN NF Lifer 369
  371. Least tern (MO,09) Lifer 370
  372. Nelson’s Sharp-tailed sparrow MO 09
  373. Lapland Longspur, Jan 2010 at Columbia bottoms MO
  374. Chestnut-backed Chickadee (CA, Berkeley, 2010)
  375. Western Gull (CA, Golden Gate park)
  376. Cape May Warbler (Gaddy Garden, MO, May 2010)
  377. American Pipit (Riverlands, MO, Nov 2010)
  378. bullfinch, punatulkku (Finland 2010)
  379. (Eurasian) tree creeper, puukiipijä (Finland 2010)
  380. coal tit, kuusitiainen (Finland 2010)
  381. (Eurasian) dipper, koskikara
  382. Grey Heron, harmaahaikara AUG 2011 FIN
  383. Tufted duck, tukkasotka, AUG 2011 FIN
  384. Common Pochard, punasotka Aug 20111 FIN
  385. Black Vulture, Cape Canaveral FL
  386. Roseate Spoonbill, Cape Canaveral FL
  387. Boat-tailed Grackle, Cape Canaveral FL
  388. Glossy Ibis, Cape Canaveral FL
  389. White winged dove , Tucson (2013)
  390. Verdin, Tucson
  391. Gambel's quail, Tucson
  392. Cactus wren , Tucson
  393. Gila woodpecker, Tucson
  394. Curve billed thrasher, Tucson
  395. Bronzed cowbird, Tucson
  396. Broad-billed Hummingbird, Tucson
  397. Black-Chinned Hummingbird, Tucson
  398. Brown-crested Flycatcher, Tucson
  399. Zone-tailed hawk, Tucson

  1. Sooty Tern, Dry Tortugas 2013
  2. Roseate Tern, same
  3. Brown Noddy, same
  4. Royal Tern, same
  5. Magnificent Frigatebird, same
  6. Black Skimmer, same
  7. Yellow-crowned Night-heron, same
  8. Wood Stork, Everglades 2013
  9. Vermillion flycatcher TX
  10. Mexican Jay  TX
  11. Golden-fronted Woodpecker TX
  12. Ladder-backed Woodpecker  TX
  13. Colima Warbler  TX (end 2013)
  14. Yucatan Jay (2014)
  15. Great Kiskadee
  16. Yucatan Woodpecker
  17. Ruddy ground dove
  18. Melodious singing blackbird
  19. Rose-breasted becard
  20. White-collared swift
  21. Turquoise-browed mot-mot
  22. Masked tityra
  23. Yucatan Mockingbird (2014)
  24. Yellow-headed blackbird (Ceresco, NE, 2015)
  25. Marbled Godwit (Apr 13, 2015, Ceresco)
  26. eared grebe (Pawnee Lake, 2015)
  27. Hudsonian Godwit ( Lincoln Saline Wetlands 2015)
  28. Wilson’s Phalarope ( Lincoln Saline Wetlands 2015)
  29. Cinnamon Teal (Whitehead Saline Wetland Lincoln)
  30. White-faced Ibis (Whitehead Saline Wetland Lincoln)
  31. Clay-colored sparrow (Lincoln Saline Wetlands 2015)
  32. White-rumped sandpiper (Jack Sinn, CR14, 2015)
  33. sedge wren ( Aug 2015 Lincoln Saline Wetlands)
  34. merlin (Pioneers park Sep 2015)
  35. western grebe (Oak Lake Park, Lincoln, Sep 25, 2015)
  36. Swainson’s Hawk, (Lincoln Oct 2015, Pawnee Lake 4-14-16)
  37. Costa Rica: Bananaquit - Coereba flaveola
  38. Short-tailed Hawk - Buteo brachyurus
  39. Band-tailed Pigeon - Patagioenas fasciata
  40. Blue-gray Tanager - Thraupis episcopus
  41. Short-billed Pigeon - Patagioenas nigrirostris
  42. Plain Wren - Cantorchilus modestus
  43. Clay-colored Thrush - Turdus grayi
  44. Yellow-throated Toucan - Ramphastos ambiguous
  45. Chestnut-backed Antbird - Myrmeciza exsul
  46. Tropical Kingbird - Tyrannus melancholicus
  47. White-shouldered Tanager - Tachyphonus luctuosus
  48. Passerini's Tanager - Ramphocelus passerinii
  49. Grayish Saltator - Saltator coerulescens
  50. Rufous-collared Sparrow - Zonotrichia capensis
  51. Black-cowled Oriole - Icterus prosthemelas
  52. Neotropic Cormorant - Phalacrocorax brasilianus (Costa Rica 2015, Holmes Lake May 2016)
  53. Bare-throated Tiger-Heron - Tigrisoma mexicanum
  54. Boat-billed Heron - Cochlearius cochlearius
  55. Sungrebe - Heliornis fulica
  56. Ringed Kingfisher - Megaceryle torquata
  57. Amazon Kingfisher - Chloroceryle amazona
  58. Mangrove Swallow - Tachycineta albilinea
  59. Harris's Hawk - Parabuteo unicinctus
  60. Gray-headed Chachalaca - Ortalis cinereiceps
  61. Collared Aracari - Pteroglossus torquatus
  62. Tawny-crested Tanager - Tachyphonus delatrii
  63. Golden-hooded Tanager - Tangara larvata
  64. Buff-throated Saltator - Saltator maximus
  65. White Hawk - Pseudastur albicollis
  66. Rufous-tailed Hummingbird - Amazilia tzacatl
  67. Cocoa Woodcreeper - Xiphorhynchus susurrans
  68. Yellow-headed Caracara - Milvago chimachima
  69. Inca Dove
  70. Rufous-naped Wren - Campylorhynchus rufinucha
  71. Blue-black Grassquit - Volatinia jacarina
  72. Stripe-headed Sparrow - Peucaea ruficauda
  73. Streak-backed Oriole - Icterus pustulatus
  74. Tricolored Heron - Egretta tricolor
  75. Common Black Hawk - Buteogallus anthracinus
  76. Northern Jacana - Jacana spinosa
  77. Crested Caracara - Caracara cheriway
  78. Scarlet Macaw - Ara macao
  79. Gray-necked Wood-Rail - Aramides cajaneus
  80. Lesser Nighthawk - Chordeiles acutipennis
  81. Black-hooded Antshrike - Thamnophilus bridgesi
  82. Ochre-bellied Flycatcher - Mionectes oleagineus
  83. Orange-billed Sparrow - Arremon aurantiirostris
  84. Cherrie's Tanager - Ramphocelus costaricensis
  85. Red-lored Parrot - Amazona autumnalis (end Costa Rica)
  86. Smith’s Longspur (NE, 2.23.16)
  87. Baird’s sandpiper (Conestoga lake 3.28.16)
  88. whooping crane (Wilkinson WMA  NE 4.3.16)
  89. greater prairie-chicken (4.12.16 Butler Co NE)
  90. piping plover (4.25.16. Conestoga Lake  NE)



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