Cornell Redheads: County

  • Competition: WSB 2016
  • Category: CAPE MAY COUNTY ONLY
  • Region: Cape May
  • Level: Bird Conservation Challenge
  • Current ranking: 1
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1.BrantStakeout Ocean City Softball (they like to watch). Move to rejectedMore details
2.Canada GooseEverywhere Move to rejectedMore details
3.Mute SwanAbundant on IslandMove to rejectedMore details
4.GadwallPair at Higbee Canal, MeadowsMove to rejectedMore details
5.American Black DuckCoast Guard PondsMove to rejectedMore details
6.MallardMove to rejectedMore details
7.Blue-winged TealMove to rejectedMore details
8.Northern Shoveler9 (!) continuing birds from scouting; seen close from road.Move to rejectedMore details
9.Green-winged TealMeadows around 6:30 as the rain rolled in. Move to rejectedMore details
10.White-winged ScoterFemale with one adult male Black Scoter fairly close to shore. White patch on head and wing; had what was likely a different individual in this area during scouting.Move to rejectedMore details
11.Black ScoterA few small flocks at various locations on Atlantic shore. The larger flocks seen during scouting mostly disappeared.Move to rejectedMore details
12.BuffleheadFemale on "sunken ship" in Cape May Harbor; scoped from Delaware Ave. Move to rejectedMore details
13.Red-breasted MerganserMale close to shore in Cape May Harbor; scoped from Harbor ViewMove to rejectedMore details
14.Wild TurkeyRoadside in Belleplain (lucky). Move to rejectedMore details
15.Common LoonFlyby pair at Cox Hall WMA; also on Atlantic CoastMove to rejectedMore details
16.Northern GannetImm. plunge diving on 29th. Move to rejectedMore details
17.Double-crested CormorantAbundantMove to rejectedMore details
18.American BitternCalling; heard here during scoutingMove to rejectedMore details
19.Least BitternCoo-coo-cooing in Tuckahoe @ 3:20Move to rejectedMore details
20.Great Blue HeronDirty from random highway; cleaned up at Jakes.Move to rejectedMore details
21.Great EgretAbundantMove to rejectedMore details
22.Snowy EgretCommonMove to rejectedMore details
23.Little Blue HeronWetlands InstituteMove to rejectedMore details
24.Tricolored HeronFlyover from Bridge crossing (great pick by SMT); also at Wetlands InstituteMove to rejectedMore details
25.Cattle EgretPair at Avalon Links stakeout; on field side of road as we passed by (hella easy).Move to rejectedMore details
26.Green HeronMeadows; flyovers at Pond Creek MarshMove to rejectedMore details
27.Black-crowned Night-HeronCalling at Jakes early in the morning; also Pond Creek at dusk.Move to rejectedMore details
28.Yellow-crowned Night-HeronStakeout breeding colony in WildwoodMove to rejectedMore details
29.Glossy IbisMove to rejectedMore details
30.Black VultureDecent numbers over Cape Island Move to rejectedMore details
31.Turkey VultureAbundant on Cape Island around middayMove to rejectedMore details
32.OspreyAbundantMove to rejectedMore details
33.Cooper's HawkSteven's St.Move to rejectedMore details
34.Bald EagleSteven's St.Move to rejectedMore details
35.Broad-winged HawkSteven's St.Move to rejectedMore details
36.Red-tailed HawkSteven's St.Move to rejectedMore details
37.King RailStakeout; full song. Move to rejectedMore details
38.Clapper RailAbundant at Tuckahoe, Jakes, etc. Move to rejectedMore details
39.Virginia RailSinging at Tuckahoe; several reported first night by other teams in general areaMove to rejectedMore details
40.American OystercatcherCMPSP, Atlantic Coast marshes Move to rejectedMore details
41.Black-bellied PloverMove to rejectedMore details
42.Semipalmated PloverFairly common most places; lots at Stone Harbor Point.Move to rejectedMore details
43.Piping PloverStone Harbor PointMove to rejectedMore details
44.KilldeerMove to rejectedMore details
45.Spotted SandpiperMeadowsMove to rejectedMore details
46.Solitary SandpiperMeadowsMove to rejectedMore details
47.Greater YellowlegsDirty flyover at Higbees; cleaned up at Corson's Inlet later onMove to rejectedMore details
48.WilletAbundant throughout Atlantic MarshesMove to rejectedMore details
49.Lesser YellowlegsMeadows Move to rejectedMore details
50.WhimbrelMove to rejectedMore details
51.Ruddy TurnstoneCook's BeachMove to rejectedMore details
52.Red KnotCook's BeachMove to rejectedMore details
53.Stilt SandpiperFour continuing individuals in the Meadows; scoped by all (will refine time later). Move to rejectedMore details
54.SanderlingCook's BeachMove to rejectedMore details
55.DunlinCommon throughout Atlantic MarshesMove to rejectedMore details
56.Purple SandpiperOne in alternate (!) at Stine Harbor Move to rejectedMore details
57.Least SandpiperAbundant Move to rejectedMore details
58.White-rumped SandpiperMeadows (continuing)Move to rejectedMore details
59.Semipalmated SandpiperCommonMove to rejectedMore details
60.Short-billed DowitcherCommonMove to rejectedMore details
61.American WoodcockDisplay flight at Stipsons (visual only)Move to rejectedMore details
62.Laughing GullAbundantMove to rejectedMore details
63.Ring-billed GullPair at Cook's BeachMove to rejectedMore details
64.Herring GullCommonMove to rejectedMore details
65.Lesser Black-backed GullOne on 2nd Ave beachMove to rejectedMore details
66.Great Black-backed GullCommonMove to rejectedMore details
67.Least TernCommonMove to rejectedMore details
68.Gull-billed TernClutch pick close to shore at Stone Harbor Point (few in county this year and not at Beaver Swamp).Move to rejectedMore details
69.Common TernSeveral on Atlantic CoastMove to rejectedMore details
70.Forster's TernAbundantMove to rejectedMore details
71.Royal TernStakeout bird at Hereford Inlet; scoped. Move to rejectedMore details
72.Black SkimmerMalibu Beach birds visible from Ocean City; also Nummy Island later on. Move to rejectedMore details
73.Rock PigeonCommon in urban areasMove to rejectedMore details
74.Mourning DoveCommonMove to rejectedMore details
75.Yellow-billed CuckooSang at Tyler Rd; several more seen throughout Day.Move to rejectedMore details
76.Eastern Screech-OwlFail at Jakes. Shoutout to TBJ et al for sharing location on Upper Bridge Rd.Move to rejectedMore details
77.Great Horned OwlSinging at Tyler Rd; also Upper Bridge Rd first night and two at Pond Creek Marsh second night. Move to rejectedMore details
78.Barred OwlSinging at Tuckahoe early on the first night. Move to rejectedMore details
79.Common NighthawkStipsons @ 5:00 AM (dirty); later cleaned up during dusk watch at Pond Creek Marsh Move to rejectedMore details
80.Chuck-will's-widow1st bird of the Day; several singing at Tyler Rd; omnipresent pre-3:00 AM. Move to rejectedMore details
81.Eastern Whip-poor-willSinging at Tyler Rd; also Woodbine AirportMove to rejectedMore details
82.Chimney SwiftCalling flyovers at various points during the DayMove to rejectedMore details
83.Ruby-throated HummingbirdStakeout female nest building at Cox Hall. A couple other migrants throughout the Day.Move to rejectedMore details
84.Belted KingfisherCorson's InletMove to rejectedMore details
85.Red-headed WoodpeckerLong-staying stakeout at Cox HallMove to rejectedMore details
86.Red-bellied WoodpeckerFairly commonMove to rejectedMore details
87.Downy WoodpeckerSang at Cox HallMove to rejectedMore details
88.Northern FlickerCalled at Cox HallMove to rejectedMore details
89.Eastern Wood-PeweeBelleplain Move to rejectedMore details
90.Acadian FlycatcherMove to rejectedMore details
91.Least FlycatcherHigbees plus random encounter on IslandMove to rejectedMore details
92.Eastern PhoebeStakeout nest in BelleplainMove to rejectedMore details
93.Great Crested FlycatcherAbundantMove to rejectedMore details
94.Eastern KingbirdCommonMove to rejectedMore details
95.White-eyed VireoCommonMove to rejectedMore details
96.Yellow-throated VireoMigrant singing at Cox Hall, nullifying the need for our stakeout breedersMove to rejectedMore details
97.Warbling VireoSinging from north treeline; heard well by all. Liquid up-and-down song. Move to rejectedMore details
98.Red-eyed VireoFairly commonMove to rejectedMore details
99.Blue JayFairly commonMove to rejectedMore details
100.American CrowCox HallMove to rejectedMore details
101.Fish CrowAbundantMove to rejectedMore details
102.YesHorned LarkStakeout birds singing at Woodbine airport around 4:01 AM. Move to rejectedMore details
103.Northern Rough-winged SwallowCMPSP over dunes; harder than I would have expected this year?Move to rejectedMore details
104.Purple MartinAbundant on IslandMove to rejectedMore details
105.Tree SwallowMove to rejectedMore details
106.YesBarn SwallowMove to rejectedMore details
107.Cliff SwallowFlew over Bunker Pond; uncommon but regular here. Orange rump, dark rusty face, white forecrown. Move to rejectedMore details
108.Carolina ChickadeeMove to rejectedMore details
109.Tufted TitmouseMove to rejectedMore details
110.White-breasted NuthatchMove to rejectedMore details
111.House WrenMove to rejectedMore details
112.Marsh WrenMove to rejectedMore details
113.Carolina WrenMove to rejectedMore details
114.Blue-gray GnatcatcherMove to rejectedMore details
115.Eastern BluebirdCook's BeachMove to rejectedMore details
116.VeeryMove to rejectedMore details
117.Swainson's ThrushSMT and DJW early at KEWA spotMove to rejectedMore details
118.Wood ThrushMove to rejectedMore details
119.American RobinMove to rejectedMore details
120.Gray CatbirdMove to rejectedMore details
121.Brown ThrasherMove to rejectedMore details
122.Northern MockingbirdMove to rejectedMore details
123.European StarlingMove to rejectedMore details
124.Cedar WaxwingNot DJWMove to rejectedMore details
125.OvenbirdMove to rejectedMore details
126.Worm-eating WarblerNot SMTMove to rejectedMore details
127.Louisiana WaterthrushMove to rejectedMore details
128.Northern WaterthrushMove to rejectedMore details
129.Black-and-white WarblerMove to rejectedMore details
130.Prothonotary WarblerMove to rejectedMore details
131.Kentucky WarblerShoutout to TBJ; singing at Belleplain stakeout @ 1:30.Move to rejectedMore details
132.Common YellowthroatMove to rejectedMore details
133.Hooded WarblerMove to rejectedMore details
134.American RedstartMove to rejectedMore details
135.Cerulean WarblerContinuing; twitched WhatsApp report and found bird in top left of Red Oak. Move to rejectedMore details
136.Northern ParulaMove to rejectedMore details
137.Magnolia WarblerMove to rejectedMore details
138.Bay-breasted Warbler1st year male seen well by all foraging in parking lot oaks.Move to rejectedMore details
139.Yellow WarblerMove to rejectedMore details
140.Blackpoll WarblerMove to rejectedMore details
141.YesBlack-throated Blue WarblerNFC at Tuckahoe; SMT and RAWMove to rejectedMore details
142.Pine WarblerMove to rejectedMore details
143.Yellow-rumped WarblerMove to rejectedMore details
144.Yellow-throated WarblerMove to rejectedMore details
145.Prairie WarblerMove to rejectedMore details
146.Black-throated Green WarblerMove to rejectedMore details
147.Canada WarblerMove to rejectedMore details
148.Yellow-breasted ChatMove to rejectedMore details
149.Grasshopper SparrowContinuing bird; not heard by RADMove to rejectedMore details
150.Nelson's SparrowReported on WhatsApp by TBJ and the Academy Auklets; bright orange face and chest of one individual seen by all. Move to rejectedMore details
151.Saltmarsh SparrowJakesMove to rejectedMore details
152.Seaside SparrowSMT and RAWMove to rejectedMore details
153.Chipping SparrowMove to rejectedMore details
154.Field SparrowMove to rejectedMore details
155.Savannah SparrowMove to rejectedMore details
156.Song SparrowMove to rejectedMore details
157.YesLincoln's SparrowSinging; heard well by all where wet woods trail opens up. Move to rejectedMore details
158.Swamp SparrowMove to rejectedMore details
159.Eastern TowheeMove to rejectedMore details
160.Summer TanagerMove to rejectedMore details
161.Scarlet TanagerMove to rejectedMore details
162.Northern CardinalMove to rejectedMore details
163.YesRose-breasted GrosbeakMove to rejectedMore details
164.Blue GrosbeakMove to rejectedMore details
165.Indigo BuntingMove to rejectedMore details
166.BobolinkMove to rejectedMore details
167.Red-winged BlackbirdMove to rejectedMore details
168.Eastern MeadowlarkMove to rejectedMore details
169.Common GrackleMove to rejectedMore details
170.Boat-tailed GrackleMove to rejectedMore details
171.Brown-headed CowbirdMove to rejectedMore details
172.Orchard OrioleMove to rejectedMore details
173.Baltimore OrioleMove to rejectedMore details
174.House FinchMove to rejectedMore details
175.American GoldfinchMove to rejectedMore details
176.House SparrowMove to rejectedMore details