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Old Sunday 5th June 2011, 16:40   #1
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My birds and mammals 2011 - big year

While I'm not doing any kind of official Big Year, this certainly is a big year for me. I started the year off in Ecuador doing my dissertation research, I attended a 1-week biology course in Belize, joined my husband during his 1-week contract work out in California, have an upcoming trip to Colorado (to run a high altitude marathon, so I'm planning on getting there a week early to acclimate and of course to go birding), and will be attending a scientific meeting in Peru later this year. The biggest trip of all will be my 3.5 weeks in South Africa this summer, my first visit to this continent! There is also the possibility of a short trip to India at the end of the year, but that's not yet certain. And, of course, there is the birding I do in my home state... when I'm here.

So here I am, starting this thread after half the year has already gone by... oh well.
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Mammals so far: 40, 2 not identified to species (well, maybe three, isn't bottlenose dolphin now split?)

West Indian Manatee
Nine-banded Armadillo
Armadillo sp (one of smaller Amazonian spp)
Eastern Gray Squirrel
Amazon Red Squirrel
Neotropical Pygmy Squirrel
Yucatan Gray Squirrel
American Red Squirrel
Eastern Chipmunk
California Ground Squirrel
Black-tailed Prairie-Dog
Groundhog
Agouti sp.
Eastern Cottontail
Desert Cottontail
Black-tailed Jackrabbit
Red Brocket Deer
White-tailed Deer
Mule Deer
Brazilian Tapir
Two-toed Sloth
Common Racoon
White-nosed Coati
Golden-mantled Tamarin
Squirrel Monkey
Night (Owl) Monkey
Dusky Titi Monkey
Brown Capuchin
Equatorial Saki
Red Howler Monkey
Mexican Black Howler Monkey
White-bellied Spider Monkey
Geoffroy's Spider Monkey
Humboldt's Woolly Monkey
Ocelot
Coyote
Island Fox
California Sea Lion
Common Dolphin
Bottlenose Dolphin

Edit: Actually it should be 42, I forgot White-lipped and Collared Peccaries
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Birds: 775. So far this includes birds from Ecuador (mostly Amazonia, some from Quito and also mid-elevation eastern Andes), Belize and Guatemala (Tikal), Arkansas, California, western Oklahoma, northern Minnesota (forgot to mention that trip in first post), and a few from the Florida panhandle (brief trip for family reunion).

Great Tinamou
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Red-tailed Hawk
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Golden Eagle
American Kestrel
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Southern Lapwing
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Snowy Plover
Killdeer
Spotted Sandpiper
Solitary Sandpiper
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Lesser Yellowlegs
Willet
Black Turnstone
Ruddy Turnstone
Surfbird
Pectoral Sandpiper
Western Sandpiper
Least Sandpiper
Baird's Sandpiper
White-rumped Sandpiper
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Whimbrel
Long-billed Curlew
Short-billed Dowitcher
Marbled Godwit
Long-billed Dowitcher
Wilson's Snipe
American Woodcock
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Laughing Gull
Ring-billed Gull
California Gull
Herring Gull
Glaucous-winged Gull
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Western Gull
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Least Tern
Forster's Tern
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Eared Dove
Mourning Dove
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Gray-fronted Dove
White-tipped Dove
Blue Ground-Dove
Ruddy Ground-Dove
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Blue-and-yellow Macaw
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Red-and-green Macaw
Chestnut-fronted Macaw
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Dusky-headed Parakeet
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Lineated Woodcreeper
Amazonian Barred-Woodcreeper
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Azara's Spinetail
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Speckled Spinetail
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Slender-billed Xenops
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Cinnamon-rumped Foliage-Gleaner
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Olive-backed Foliage-Gleaner
Brown-rumped Foliage-Gleaner
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Short-billed Leaftosser
Tawny-throated Leaftosser
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Undulated Antshrike
Barred Antshrike
Plain-winged Antshrike
Mouse-colored Antshrike
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Dusky-throated Antshrike
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Dugand's Antwren
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Black Antbird
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Gray Antwren
Plain-throated Antwren
Ornate Antwren
Yasuni Antwren
Rufous-tailed Antwren
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Short-billed Antwren
Amazonian Streaked-Antwren
Warbling Antbird
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Black-faced Antbird
Spot-winged Antbird
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Spot-backed Antbird
Banded Antbird
Bicolored Antbird
Lunulated Antbird
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Thrush-like Antpitta
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Rusty-belted Tapaculo
Long-tailed Tapaculo
Blackish Tapaculo
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Yellow-olive Flatbill
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White-crested Elaenia
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Golden-crowned Spadebill
Acadian Flycatcher
Eastern Wood-Pewee
Smoke-colored Pewee
Tropical Pewee
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Eastern Phoebe
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Brownish Twistwing
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Bright-rumped Attila
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Northern Rough-winged Swallow
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Two more birds today, along the Ozark Highlands Trail:

776. Cerulean Warbler
777. Worm-eating Warbler
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(well, maybe three, isn't bottlenose dolphin now split?)
Bottle-nosed Dolphin have been split to two species but the one you got in Belize is the Common BnD ..... the other one is Indo-Pacific BnD that's only found in ( guess where? ). Brilliant list so far and I'm looking forward to "further instalments" particularly the southern African bits

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yes...officially your dolphin would be the Common Bottlenose
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Thanks guys, Common Bottlenose Dolphin it is... I also recently noticed that Common Dolphin is split into Short-beaked and Long-beaked, and it looks like I can't determine which species I saw based on range alone (seen on the way back from Santa Cruz Island in Southern California). Is one species more likely than the other in this area?
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Unfortunately no, in fact both species will hang out in the same schools. If you know what to look for Long-beaked is easy to pic out though.
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I have a couple of photos of the common dolphins, are they identifiable?
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I would say the animal in the first picture is a long-beaked, as the rostrum seems a bit long and the facial patterns seems closer to this species.
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778. Bell's Vireo

Got him in the scrub adjacent to the local golfcourse this morning. Also had a nice view of a Northern Bobwhite perched in the open and calling, and a male Painted Bunting sitting out in the sun while singing.
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First new mammal in a while: American Mink, seen this evening at Woolsey Wet Prairie
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Starting my trip out to Colorado, I drove out to eastern Colorado yesterday and camped at John Martin Reservoir, where my main target was Black Rail (success! one came right to my feet!). Today I've birded the high plains and a bit in the mountains. The tally so far: 1 new mammal and 17 new birds:

44. Striped Skunk - nice to a live one for once, seen along the road before dawn while I was still in Arkansas

birds 779-795, lifers in bold:

Scaled Quail
Virginia Rail
Black Rail
Mountain Plover
Upland Sandpiper (along the highway in Oklahoma)
Barn Owl
Red-naped Sapsucker
Say's Phoebe
Cordilleran Flycatcher
Hammon's Flycatcher
Chihuahuan Raven
Pygmy Nuthatch
Curve-billed Thrasher
MacGillivray's Warbler
Western Tanager
Black-headed Grosbeak
Bullock's Oriole
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Congratulations on the Black Rail - a mega that has quite a few on BF muttering into their beards. Having said that, as far as I'm concerned, Mountain Plover don't exist

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Congratulations on the Black Rail - a mega that has quite a few on BF muttering into their beards. Having said that, as far as I'm concerned, Mountain Plover don't exist

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At the moment I'm convinced that Dusky Grouse doesn't exist.

However, I suppose I shouldn't complain given the number of targets I've managed to hit so far this trip. Here is an update:

Mammals
45. Least Chipmunk
46. Colorado Chipmunk
47. Golden-mantled Ground Squirrel
48. Wyoming Ground Squirrel
49. Yellow-bellied Marmot
50. Snowshoe Hare (I've wanted to see this one for years!)
51. American Pika
52. Elk
53. Moose

Birds 796-815
White-tailed Ptarmigan
Flammulated Owl
Common Poorwill
White-throated Swift
Black Swift
Broad-tailed Hummingbird
Williamson's Sapsucker
American Three-toed Woodpecker
Olive-sided Flycatcher
Western Wood-pewee
Dusky Flycatcher
Clark's Nutcracker
American Dipper
Townsend's Solitaire
Virginia's Warbler
Green-tailed Towhee
Cassin's Finch
Red Crossbill
Brown-capped Rosy-Finch
Evening Grosbeak
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Back home from Colorado, just over a week until I leave for South Africa!! Got a few more birds and mammals, mostly on the drive home:

Mammals

54. Red Fox
55. Thirteen-lined Ground Squirrel
56. Pronghorn
57. American Badger

Birds

816. Ferruginous Hawk
817. Lark Bunting
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Time for a major update, just got back from South Africa a few days ago! I'm doing a proper trip report elsewhere, so here is just the list update. I'll start with the mammals, 54 species, bringing my total to 111:

Short-snouted Elephant-Shrew
Savannah Baboon
Vervet Monkey
Samango Monkey
Thick-tailed Bushbaby
Lesser Bushbaby
Scrub Hare
Tree Squirrel
Cape Porcupine
Black-backed Jackal
Side-striped Jackal
Banded Mongoose
Slender Mongoose
Small Grey Mongoose
Water Mongoose
Dwarf Mongoose
White-tailed Mongoose
Yellow Mongoose
Meerkat
Small-spotted Genet
Common Large-spotted Genet
African Civet
Spotted Hyena
African Wild Cat
Serval
Lion
Leopard
African Elephant
Rock Dassie
Yellow-spotted Dassie
Plains Zebra
Cape Mountain Zebra
White Rhinoceros
Warthog
Hippopotamus
Giraffe
African Buffalo
Greater Kudu
Nyala
Bushbuck
Waterbuck
Common Reedbuck
Blue Wildebeest
Blesbok/ Bontebok
Tsessebe
Impala
Klipspringer
Steenbok
Sharpe's Grysbok
Common Duiker
Grey Rhebok
Cape Fur Seal
Humpback Whale
Southern Right Whale
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... and the birds... a few from my layover in London:

Great Crested Grebe
Mute Swan
Mandarin Duck
Tufted Duck
Grey Heron
Red Kite
Common Buzzard
Common Kestrel
Eurasian Coot
Black-headed Gull
Great Spotted Woodpecker
Green Woodpecker
Woodpigeon
Eurasian Magpie
Eurasian Jay
Carrion Crow
Gray Wagtail
Coal Tit
Great Tit
Blue Tit
Long-tailed Tit
Eurasian Nuthatch
Eurasian Treecreeper
Goldcrest
Garden Warbler
Eurasian Reed Warbler
Eurasian Wren
Spotted Flycatcher
European Robin
Eurasian Blackbird
Song Thrush
Mistle Thrush
European Starling
European Goldfinch
Chaffinch
House Sparrow
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and 391 species from South Africa, bringing my 2011 total to 1231:

African Penguin
Little Grebe
Black-necked Grebe
Great Crested Grebe
Greater Flamingo
Wandering Albatross
Southern Royal Albatross
Atlantic Yellow-nosed Albatross
Indian Yellow-nosed Albatross
Grey-headed Albatross
Shy Albatross
Black-browed Albatross
Northern Giant-Petrel
Southern Giant-Petrel
Southern Fulmar
White-chinned Petrel
Pintado Petrel
Sooty Shearwater
Wilson's Storm-Petrel
Great White Pelican
Cape Gannet
White-breasted Cormorant
Reed Cormorant
Cape Cormorant
Crowned Cormorant
Bank Cormorant
African Darter
Goliath Heron
Grey Heron
Black-headed Heron
Purple Heron
Little Egret
Cattle Egret
Striated Heron
Squacco Heron
Black-crowned Night Heron
Little Bittern
Hammerkop
Black Stork
Marabou Stork
Saddle-billed Stork
Woolly-necked Stork
African Openbill
Yellow-billed Stork
African Spoonbill
Hadeda Ibis
Glossy Ibis
Southern Bald Ibis
African Sacred Ibis
Spur-winged Goose
Egyptian Goose
South African Shelduck
Yellow-billed Duck
Cape Shoveler
Cape Teal
Red-billed Teal
Hottentot Teal
African Black Duck
White-backed Duck
Southern Pochard
Secretarybird
White-backed Vulture
Cape Vulture
Lappet-faced Vulture
White-headed Vulture
African Fish Eagle
Bateleur
Brown Snake-Eagle
Tawny Eagle
Verreaux's Eagle
Martial Eagle
Long-crested Eagle
African Hawk-Eagle
African Harrier-Hawk
Black-shouldered Kite
African Marsh Harrier
Black Harrier
Jackal Buzzard
Forest Buzzard
Lizzard Buzzard
Gabar Goshawk
Little Sparrowhawk
African Goshawk
Rufous-chested Sparrowhawk
Southern Pale Chanting Goshawk
Peregrine Falcon
Rock Kestrel
Greater Kestrel
Swainson's Spurfowl
Cape Spurfowl
Grey-winged Francolin
Natal Francolin
Coqui Francolin
Crested Francolin
Helmeted Guineafowl
Crested Guineafowl
Common Ostrich
African Finfoot
Red-knobbed Coot
Common Moorhen
African Purple Swamphen
Black Crake
African Rail
Grey Crowned Crane
Blue Crane
Kori Bustard
Denham's Bustard
Barrow's Korhaan
Blue Korhaan
Red-crested Korhaan
Karoo Korhann
African Jacana
African Black Oystercatcher
Pied Avocet
Black-winged Stilt
Three-banded Plover
Kittlitz's Plover
White-fronted Plover
Crowned Lapwing
Blacksmith Plover
White-crowned Lapwing
Wood Sandpiper
African Snipe
Greater Painted-Snipe
Subantarctic Skua
Cape Gull
Hartlaub's Gull
Grey-headed Gull
Swift Tern
Common Tern
Double-banded Sandgrouse
Speckled Pigeon
African Olive-Pigeon
Rock Pigeon
Red-eyed Dove
African Mourning Dove
Cape Turtle-Dove
Laughing Dove
African Green Pigeon
Lemon Dove
Emerald-spotted Wood-Dove
Cape Parrot
Grey-headed Parrot
Brown-headed Parrot
Meyer's Parrot
Knysna Turaco
Purple-crested Turaco
Grey Go-Away-Bird
Klaas's Cuckoo
Burchell's Coucal
Spotted Eagle-Owl
Cape Eagle-Owl
Marsh Owl
Southern White-faced Scops-Owl
African Scops-Owl
Pearl-spotted Owlet
Square-tailed Nightjar
Alpine Swift
African Black Swift
African Palm-Swift
Little Swift
Mottled Spinetail
Bohm's Spinetail
Speckled Mousebird
Red-faced Mousebird
White-backed Mousebird
Giant Kingfisher
Pied Kingfisher
Malachite Kingfisher
Half-collared Kingfisher
Brown-hooded Kingfisher
Striped Kingfisher
Little Bee-eater
White-fronted Bee-eater
Lilac-breasted Roller
Southern Ground-Hornbill
Trumpeter Hornbill
Crowned Hornbill
African Grey Hornbill
Southern Yellow-billed Hornbill
Red-billed Hornbill
African Hoopoe
Green Wood-Hoopoe
Common Scimitarbill
Greater Honeyguide
Lesser Honeyguide
Crested Barbet
Black-collared Barbet
Yellow-fronted Tinkerbird
Ground Woodpecker
Golden-tailed Woodpecker
Bennett's Woodpecker
Cardinal Woodpecker
Bearded Woodpecker
Olive Woodpecker
Agulhas Clapper Lark
Flappet Lark
Sabota Lark
Karoo Lark
Rufous-naped Lark
Red-capped Lark
Large-billed Lark
Eastern Long-billed Lark
Agulhas Long-billed Lark
Rudd's Lark
Botha's Lark
Pink-billed Lark
Spike-heeled Lark
Chestnut-backed Sparrowlark
Wire-tailed Swallow
Mosque Swallow
Pearl-breasted Swallow
Lesser Striped Swallow
Brown-throated Martin
Rock Martin
Black Saw-wing
Fork-tailed Drongo
Square-tailed Drongo
Grey Cuckooshrike
White-breasted Cuckooshrike
Black-headed Oriole
White-necked Raven
Pied Crow
Cape Crow
Southern Black Tit
Grey Tit
Grey Penduline-Tit
Arrow-marked Babbler
Dark-capped Bulbul
Cape Bulbul
Terrestrial Brownbul
Yellow-bellied Greenbul
Yellow-streaked Greenbul
Sombre Greenbul
Eastern Nicator
Orange Ground-Thrush
Olive Thrush
Kurrichane Thrush
Karoo Thrush
Groundscraper Thrush
Sentinel Rock-Thrush
Cape Rock-Thrush
Familiar Chat
Tractrac Chat
Capped Wheater
Karoo Chat
Mountain Wheatear
African Stonechat
Buff-streaked Chat
Anteating Chat
Red-capped Robin-Chat
White-browed Robin-Chat
White-throated Robin-Chat
Cape Robin-Chat
Bearded Scrub-Robin
White-browed Scrub-Robin
Karoo Scrub-Robin
White-starred Robin
Cape Rockjumper
Yellow-throated Woodland-Warbler
Burnt-necked Eremomela
Yellow-bellied Eremomela
Karoo Eremomela
Barratt's Warbler
Victorin's Scrub-Warbler
Knysna Warbler
Little Rush-Warbler
Lesser Swamp-Warbler
Stierling's Wren-Warbler
Green-backed Camaroptera
Grey-backed Camaroptera
Long-billed Crombec
Fairy Flycatcher
Yellow-breasted Apalis
Bar-throated Apalis
Zitting Cisticola
Levaillant's Cisticola
Rattling Cisticola
Neddicky
Wing-snapped Cisticola
Wailing Cisticola
Lazy Cisticola
Grey-backed Cisticola
Cape Grassbird
Tawny-flanked Prinia
Karoo Prinia
Layard's Tit-Babbler
Ashy Flycatcher
African Dusky Flycatcher
Southern Black Flycatcher
Marico Flycatcher
Fiscal Flycatcher
Blue-mantled Crested-Flycatcher
African Paradise-Flycatcher
Cape White-eye
Chinspot Batis
Cape Batis
Cape Wagtail
African Pied Wagtail
African Pipit
Plain-backed Pipit
Buffy Pipit
Long-billed Pipit
Yellow-breasted Pipit
Cape Longclaw
Crimson-breasted Shrike
Common Fiscal
Magpie Shrike
Southern White-crowned Shrike
Tropical Boubou
Southern Boubou
Brown-crowned Tchagra
Black-crowned Tchagra
Southern Tchagra
Brubru
Grey-headed Bush-Shrike
Orange-breasted Bush-Shrike
Bokmakierie
Black-fronted Bush-Shrike
Olive Bush-Shrike
Black-backed Puffback
Retz's Helmet-Shrike
White-crested Helmet-Shrike
Greater Blue-eared Starling
Cape Glossy-Starling
Burchell's Starling
Meves's Starling
Red-winged Starling
Common Myna
European Starling
Pied Starling
Red-billed Oxpecker
Yellow-billed Oxpecker
Amethyst Sunbird
Scarlet-chested Sunbird
Orange-breasted Sunbird
Collared Sunbird
Marico Sunbird
Greater Double-collared Sunbird
Southern Double-collared Sunbird
White-bellied Sunbird
Malachite Sunbird
Cape Sugarbird
House Sparrow
Cape Sparrow
Southern Grey-headed Sparrow
Yellow-throated Petronia
Red-billed Buffalo-Weaver
Village Weaver
Southern Masked-Weaver
Lesser Masked-eaver
Cape Weaver
Spectacled Weaver
Red-headed Weaver
Red-billed Quelea
Southern Red Bishop
Yellow-crowned Bishop
Yellow Bishop
Long-tailed Widowbird
Red-collared Widowbird
White-winged Widowbird
Pin-tailed Whydah
Long-tailed Paradise-Whydah
Village Indigobird
Purple Indigobird
African Firefinch
Jameson's Firefinch
Red-billed Firefinch
Violet-eared Waxbill
Swee Waxbill
Blue Waxbill
Common Waxbill
Bronze Mannikin
Red-headed Finch
Green-winged Pytilia
Orange-winged Pytilia
African Quailfinch
Green Twinspot
Cape Canary
Yellow-fronted Canary
Black-throated Canary
Yellow Canary
White-throated Canary
Forest Canary
Brimstone Canary
Cape Siskin
Streaky-headed Seedeater
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Cape Bunting
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Stop-over ... just for the Brit lingo
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ah, didn't pick up on that one

and another lingo mix-up, I just found out that Black-necked Grebe = Eared Grebe... so I gotta subtract one from my year list, oops!
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Been too busy to get out birding lately but fall migration is in full swing, maybe I can get myself a Golden-winged Warbler or something before it's too late. Might be going out to Oklahoma City this weekend, and checking the local listserv I see there are some good shorebird possibilities at the moment.

So nothing new on the bird front, but I did finally get a Virginia Opossum last night (mammal # 112).
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Herring Gull
Sandwich Tern
I'm not sure about the American side of the Atlantic but over here Whimbrel is now Eurasian and Hudsonian, Herring Gull is Eurasian and American and Sandwich Tern is Sandwich and Cabot's so theres a chance of a couple more on your list

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I'm not sure about the American side of the Atlantic but over here Whimbrel is now Eurasian and Hudsonian, Herring Gull is Eurasian and American and Sandwich Tern is Sandwich and Cabot's so theres a chance of a couple more on your list

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Wow I can't keep up with all these changes! So now we have Hudsonian Whimbrel? Well anyways I didn't see the Eurasian versions of any of these... well not yet anyway... where is Cabot's Tern found?
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Cabot's is the new world form (and would also include Cayenne). Sandwich is restricted to the old world. IOC has adopted the Herring Gull and Tern split, but not the Whimbrel split. I think it is quite likely that the Cabot Tern might eventually be re-lumped, but both forms are not difficult to stockpile
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