GNATcatchers

  • Competition: WSB 2017
  • Category: Full State
  • Region: State
  • Level: Bird Conservation Challenge
  • Final sign off: 2017-05-06 23:04:22
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Is unique?Species name Notes Photo Action
1.Little EgretContinuing, seen w/ several snowy egrets,; a bit taller, two prominent long head plumes... Seen by many previously including us the previous dayMove to rejectedMore details
2.Red-necked phalaropeInitially seen separate from other nearby shorebirds, in shallow water exhibiting common behavior of spinning feeding activity. Close looks using scope showed prominent facial and neck patterns, seen by all. Compared to other phalarope species to eliminate them. Move to rejectedMore details
3.Snow GooseContinuing birds; right next to vehicle. Photo. Move to rejectedMore details
4.BrantMove to rejectedMore details
5.Canada GooseMove to rejectedMore details
6.Mute SwanMove to rejectedMore details
7.Wood DuckMove to rejectedMore details
8.GadwallMove to rejectedMore details
9.American Black DuckMove to rejectedMore details
10.MallardMove to rejectedMore details
11.Northern ShovelerWhile viewing from an observation tower, two females in flight flew right in front of us and descended for a landing. Clear looks at large brownish bodies with bluish/gray upper wing coloration, and light colored underwing pattern. Mallards and black ducks were also in the same area for size and coloration comparison. Move to rejectedMore details
12.Green-winged TealMove to rejectedMore details
13.BuffleheadMove to rejectedMore details
14.Ruddy DuckMove to rejectedMore details
15.Northern BobwhiteContinuing; seen in several spots, including building railing. Photo. Move to rejectedMore details
16.Wild TurkeyMove to rejectedMore details
17.Double-crested CormorantMove to rejectedMore details
18.Great Blue HeronMove to rejectedMore details
19.Great EgretMove to rejectedMore details
20.Snowy EgretMove to rejectedMore details
21.Green HeronMove to rejectedMore details
22.Black-crowned Night-HeronMove to rejectedMore details
23.Glossy IbisMove to rejectedMore details
24.Black VultureMove to rejectedMore details
25.Turkey VultureMove to rejectedMore details
26.OspreyMove to rejectedMore details
27.Bald EagleMove to rejectedMore details
28.Red-tailed HawkMove to rejectedMore details
29.Clapper RailMove to rejectedMore details
30.Virginia RailMove to rejectedMore details
31.Common GallinuleMove to rejectedMore details
32.American OystercatcherMove to rejectedMore details
33.Black-bellied PloverMove to rejectedMore details
34.Semipalmated PloverMove to rejectedMore details
35.KilldeerMove to rejectedMore details
36.Spotted SandpiperMove to rejectedMore details
37.Solitary SandpiperMove to rejectedMore details
38.Greater YellowlegsMove to rejectedMore details
39.WilletMove to rejectedMore details
40.Lesser YellowlegsMove to rejectedMore details
41.WhimbrelMove to rejectedMore details
42.Ruddy TurnstoneMove to rejectedMore details
43.SanderlingMove to rejectedMore details
44.DunlinMove to rejectedMore details
45.Purple SandpiperSeveral, in group and on top of rocks during very high water. Seen in flight and on rock jetty. Move to rejectedMore details
46.Least SandpiperMove to rejectedMore details
47.Semipalmated SandpiperMove to rejectedMore details
48.Short-billed DowitcherMove to rejectedMore details
49.American WoodcockMove to rejectedMore details
50.Parasitic JaegerInitially seen as large dark bird flying mostly parallel to the shore a couple hundred yards away coming closer to our position on the dunes. Good looks through binoculars & scope for a closer look of shape and behavior and markings. distinctive flight pattern of jaeger evident. Move to rejectedMore details
51.Laughing GullMove to rejectedMore details
52.Ring-billed GullMove to rejectedMore details
53.Herring GullMove to rejectedMore details
54.Great Black-backed GullMove to rejectedMore details
55.Least TernMove to rejectedMore details
56.Gull-billed TernContinuing; saw about 10, on shallow mudflats our causeway. Move to rejectedMore details
57.Forster's TernMove to rejectedMore details
58.Black SkimmerMove to rejectedMore details
59.Rock PigeonMove to rejectedMore details
60.Mourning DoveMove to rejectedMore details
61.Barred OwlMove to rejectedMore details
62.Chuck-will's-widowMove to rejectedMore details
63.Eastern Whip-poor-willMove to rejectedMore details
64.Chimney SwiftMove to rejectedMore details
65.Ruby-throated HummingbirdMove to rejectedMore details
66.Red-bellied WoodpeckerMove to rejectedMore details
67.Downy WoodpeckerMove to rejectedMore details
68.Northern FlickerMove to rejectedMore details
69.Peregrine FalconMove to rejectedMore details
70.Acadian FlycatcherMove to rejectedMore details
71.Eastern PhoebeMove to rejectedMore details
72.Great Crested FlycatcherMove to rejectedMore details
73.Eastern KingbirdMove to rejectedMore details
74.White-eyed VireoMove to rejectedMore details
75.Red-eyed VireoMove to rejectedMore details
76.Blue JayMove to rejectedMore details
77.American CrowMove to rejectedMore details
78.Fish CrowMove to rejectedMore details
79.Common RavenMove to rejectedMore details
80.Horned LarkMove to rejectedMore details
81.Northern Rough-winged SwallowMove to rejectedMore details
82.Purple MartinMove to rejectedMore details
83.Tree SwallowMove to rejectedMore details
84.Barn SwallowMove to rejectedMore details
85.Carolina ChickadeeMove to rejectedMore details
86.Tufted TitmouseMove to rejectedMore details
87.House WrenMove to rejectedMore details
88.Marsh WrenMove to rejectedMore details
89.Carolina WrenMove to rejectedMore details
90.Blue-gray GnatcatcherMove to rejectedMore details
91.Eastern BluebirdMove to rejectedMore details
92.Wood ThrushMove to rejectedMore details
93.American RobinMove to rejectedMore details
94.Gray CatbirdMove to rejectedMore details
95.Northern MockingbirdMove to rejectedMore details
96.European StarlingMove to rejectedMore details
97.OvenbirdMove to rejectedMore details
98.Worm-eating WarblerMove to rejectedMore details
99.Louisiana WaterthrushMove to rejectedMore details
100.Blue-winged WarblerMove to rejectedMore details
101.Black-and-white WarblerMove to rejectedMore details
102.Prothonotary WarblerMove to rejectedMore details
103.Common YellowthroatMove to rejectedMore details
104.Hooded WarblerMove to rejectedMore details
105.American RedstartMove to rejectedMore details
106.Northern ParulaMove to rejectedMore details
107.Yellow WarblerMove to rejectedMore details
108.Blackpoll WarblerMove to rejectedMore details
109.Black-throated Blue WarblerMove to rejectedMore details
110.Pine WarblerMove to rejectedMore details
111.Yellow-rumped WarblerMove to rejectedMore details
112.Yellow-throated WarblerMove to rejectedMore details
113.Prairie WarblerMove to rejectedMore details
114.Yellow-breasted ChatMove to rejectedMore details
115.Seaside SparrowMove to rejectedMore details
116.Chipping SparrowMove to rejectedMore details
117.Field SparrowMove to rejectedMore details
118.Song SparrowMove to rejectedMore details
119.Eastern TowheeMove to rejectedMore details
120.Summer TanagerMove to rejectedMore details
121.Scarlet TanagerMove to rejectedMore details
122.Northern CardinalMove to rejectedMore details
123.Blue GrosbeakMove to rejectedMore details
124.Indigo BuntingMove to rejectedMore details
125.Red-winged BlackbirdMove to rejectedMore details
126.Common GrackleMove to rejectedMore details
127.Boat-tailed GrackleMove to rejectedMore details
128.Brown-headed CowbirdMove to rejectedMore details
129.Orchard OrioleMove to rejectedMore details
130.House FinchMove to rejectedMore details
131.American GoldfinchMove to rejectedMore details
132.House SparrowMove to rejectedMore details