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Old Friday 9th December 2011, 20:53   #1
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How is your 2012 List Going?


Here's to another spectacular year ahead for ALL BF Members across the world.


Also thanks to all the Birdforum team for keeping us all in order!!! Someone's got to!!!



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Old Saturday 31st December 2011, 21:45   #2
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Currently up to two as well
1. Rock pigeon

2. Killdeer
Both scared off by the fireworks display in San Francisco. Happy new year
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After a morning at work and seeing 7 by the time I'd finished at noon I then got out properly. Doesn't seem to be a lot around TBH - perhaps due to the strong SW wind? Still managed to finish at dusk on 22

1: Blackbird
2: Jackdaw
3: Rook
4: Black-headed Gull
5: Feral Pigeon
6: Herring Gull
7: Starling
8: Wood Pigeon
9: Collared Dove
10: Blue Tit
11: Chaffinch
12: Great Tit
13: Pheasant
14: Goldcrest
15: Coal Tit
16: Yellowhammer
17: Robin
18: Magpie
19: Grey Heron
20: Dipper
21: Mallard
22: Moorhen

Rather bizarrely I missed out on pied wagtail which you can virtually GUARANTEE in Alnwick Market Place and house sparrow which, for the past week, have been tweeting away noisily in the rose bush outside the bedroom window! Today? Not so much as a feather
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93 birds seen - listed in the order we saw them. Unbelievably we didn't see pied wagtail either!

Full update on blog

1. Robin
2. Blackbird
3. Woodpigeon
4. Mallard
5. Herring Gull
6. Collared Dove
7. Jackdaw
8. Rook
9. Pheasant
10. Hedgesparrow
11. Pink-footed Goose
12. Greylag Goose
13. Black headed Gull
14. Goldfinch
15. Curlew
16. Long tailed Tit
17. Golden Pheasant
18. Blue Tit
19. Great Tit
20. Coal Tit
21. Wren
22. Nuthatch
23. Jay
24. Redwing
25. Fieldfare
26. Goldcrest
27. Stock Dove
28. Common Gull
29. Common Buzzard
30. Egyptian Goose
31. Kestrel
32. House Sparrow
33. Starling
34. Greenfinch
35. Grey Partridge
36. Yellowhammer
37. Moorhen
38. Chaffinch
39. Greater Black-backed Gull
40. Carrion Crow
41. Sparrowhawk
42. Red-legged Partridge
43. Oystercatcher
44. Feral Pigeon
45. Turnstone
46. Fulmar
47. Goldeneye
48. Magpie
49. Shoveler
50. Wigeon
51. Grey Plover
52. Redshank
53. Linnet
54. Barn Owl
55. Tufted Duck
56. Teal
57. Coot
58. Heron
59. Cormorant
60. Red-throated Diver
61. Red-breasted Merganser
62. Great Crested Grebe
63. Razorbill
64. Bar-tailed Godwit
65. Lesser Redpoll
66. Coues's Arctic Redpoll
67. Water Rail
68. Marsh Harrier
69. Black-tailed Godwit
70. Little Egret
71. Shelduck
72. Golden Plover
73. Pochard
74. Pintail
75. Gadwall
76. Brent Goose
77. Scaup
78. Ruff
79. Snipe
80. Spotted Redshank
81. Mandarin
82. Yellow-legged Gull
83. Lesser Black-backed Gull
84. Canada Goose
85. Hen Harrier
86. Little Grebe
87. Sanderling
88. Knot
89. Dunlin
90. Long-tailed Duck
91. Avocet
92. Mute Swan
93. Woodcock

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Not quite as impressive as the counts above, but 41 on my first day.
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Old Sunday 1st January 2012, 23:46   #9
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Birded from sunup to sundown and managed to see 56 species. Not the most I've ever seen on January 1, but a respectable number nevertheless.

01. American Crow
02. Turkey Vulture
03. European Starling
04. Canada Goose
05. Mallard
06. American Coot
07. American Black Duck
08. Common Goldeneye
09. Gadwall
10. Ring-necked Duck
11. Bufflehead
12. American Goldfinch
13. Eastern Screech Owl
14. Bald Eagle
15. Blue Jay
16. Carolina Wren
17. Ring-billed Gull
18. Dark-eyed Junco
19. Common Loon
20. Red-bellied Woodpecker
21. Northern Flicker
22. Tufted Titmouse
23. Carolina Chickadee
24. Downy Woodpecker
25. White-breasted Nuthatch
26. Pileated Woodpecker
27. American Kestrel
28. Rock Pigeon
29. Black Vulture
30. Northern Cardinal
31. Mourning Dove
32. House Sparrow
33. Killdeer
34. Sandhill Crane
35. Greater White-fronted Goose
36. Snow Goose
37. Horned Lark
38. Eastern Meadowlark
39. Common Grackle
40. Song Sparrow
41. American Tree Sparrow
42. Swamp Sparrow
43. Whooping Crane
44. American Barn Owl
45. Northern Harrier
46. Red-tailed Hawk
47. Red-shouldered Hawk
48. Rough-legged Hawk
49. Pied-billed Grebe
50. Cackling Goose
51. Wild Turkey
52. American Robin
53. White-crowned Sparrow
54. Great Blue Heron
55. Red-winged Blackbird
56. Savannah Sparrow

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Old Sunday 1st January 2012, 23:47   #10
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114 seen today plus heard Three Extras my own personal record for the 1st day of the year. All seen touring Norfolk.


1 Rock Dove (Feral)
2 Blackbird
3 Woodpigeon
4 Coot
5 Greylag Goose
6 Mallard
7 Lapwing
8 Golden Plover
9 Curlew
10 Redshank
11 Spotted Redshank
12 Black-tailed Godwit
13 Bar-tailed Godwit
14 Grey Heron
15 Moorhen
16 Grey Plover
17 Shoveler
18 Pintail
19 Little Grebe
20 Black-headed Gull
21 Brent Goose
22 Turnstone
23 Knot
24 Common Gull
25 Oystercatcher
26 Herring Gull
27 Great Black-backed Gull
28 Sanderling
29 Carrion Crow
30 Goldeneye
31 Marsh Harrier
32 Pink-footed Goose
33 Great Crested Grebe
34 Cormorant
35 Wigeon
36 Teal
37 Linnet
38 Shelduck
39 Little Egret
40 Ruff
41 Goldfinch
42 Canada Goose
43 Mute Swan
44 Water Pipit
45 Gadwall
46 Tufted Duck
47 Pochard
48 Reed Bunting
49 Arctic Redpoll
50 Lesser Redpoll
51 Mealy Redpoll
52 Marsh Tit
53 Greenfinch
54 Chaffinch
55 House Sparrow
56 Great Tit
57 Robin
58 Blue Tit
59 Wren
60 Magpie
61 Red-legged Partridge
62 Redwing
63 Pheasant
64 Egyptian Goose
65 Stock Dove
66 Yellowhammer
67 Corn Bunting
68 Skylark
69 Jackdaw
70 Rook
71 Collared Dove
72 Mistle Thrush
73 Starling
74 Fulmar
75 Common Scoter
76 Eider
77 Meadow Pipit
78 Red-throated Diver
79 Slavonian Grebe
80 Red-breasted Merganser
81 Fieldfare
82 Kestrel
83 Jay
84 Buzzard
85 Sparrowhawk
86 Grey Partridge
87 Tree Sparrow
88 Song Thrush
89 Lesser Black-backed Gull
90 Great Grey Shrike
91 Dunlin
92 Avocet
93 Pied Wagtail
94 Peregrine
95 Western Sandpiper
96 Common Snipe
97 Guillemot
98 Razorbill
99 Dunnock
100 Siskin
101 Goldcrest
102 Long-tailed Tit
103 Great Spotted Woodpecker
104 Coal Tit
105 Ring-necked Duck
106 Treecreeper
107 Bewick's Swan
108 Whooper Swan
109 White-fronted Goose
110 Crane
111 Merlin
112 Hen Harrier
113 Bullfinch
114 Woodcock
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2012 Missouri Year List
While participating in a Christmas Bird Count (CBC), I managed to observe 45 species

Jan 1, 2012, at Swan Lake NWR, Mendon, Missouri

1 Greater White-fronted Goose
2 Snow Goose
3 Ross's Goose
4 Canada Goose
5 Mallard
6 Northern Pintail
7 Green-winged Teal
8 Ring-necked Duck
9 Lesser Scaup
10 Bufflehead
11 Common Goldeneye
12 Ring-necked Pheasant
13 Great Blue Heron
14 Bald Eagle
15 Northern Harrier
16 Red-shouldered Hawk
17 Red-tailed Hawk
18 Killdeer
19 Ring-billed Gull
20 Mourning Dove
21 Red-bellied Woodpecker
22 Downy Woodpecker
23 Say's Phoebe
24 American Crow
25 Horned Lark
26 Black-capped Chickadee
27 Tufted Titmouse
28 White-breasted Nuthatch
29 Eastern Bluebird
30 European Starling
31 Lapland Longspur
32 American Tree Sparrow
33 Savannah Sparrow
34 Song Sparrow
35 Swamp Sparrow
36 White-throated Sparrow
37 Harris's Sparrow
38 Dark-eyed Junco
39 Northern Cardinal
40 Red-winged Blackbird
41 Eastern Meadowlark
42 Common Grackle
43 Great-tailed Grackle
44 American Goldfinch
45 House Sparrow
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Old Monday 2nd January 2012, 17:42   #12
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46. Northern Flicker (yellow-shafted), in our yard, Saint Joseph, Missouri
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Seven birds today bring me up to 63 for the year.

57. Northern Mockingbird
58. Lapland Longspur
59. Brewer's Blackbird
60. Northern Shoveler
61. American Wigeon
62. Ruddy Duck
63. Cooper's Hawk

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Bit of a slow start with a few yard birds and several from a brief trip to the (very windy) Katy Prairie:
1. Gadwall
2. Am Wigeon
3. Mottled Duck
4. N Shoveler
5. N Pintail
6. Green-winged Teal
7. Ring-necked Duck
8. Pied-billed Grebe
9. Great Egret
10. Black Vulture
11. Turkey Vulture
12. Osprey
13. N Harrier
14. Red-shouldered Hawk
15. Red-tailed Hawk
16. Crested Caracara
17. Am Kestrel
18. Am Coot
19. Killdeer
20. Spotted Sandpiper
21. Laughing Gull
22. Rock Pigeon
23. White-winged Dove
24. Mourning Dove
25. Belted Kingfisher
26. Downy Woodpecker
27. E Phoebe
28. Loggerhead Shrike
29. Carolina Chickadee
30. Carolina Wren
31. Ruby-crowned Kinglet
32. N Mockingbird
33. E Starling
34. Am Pipit
35. Orange-crowned Warbler
36. Yellow-rumped Warbler
37. Field Sparrow
38. Vesper Sparrow
39. Savannah Sparrow
40. Fox Sparrow
41. Lincoln’s Sparrow
42. Harris’s Sparrow
43. White-crowned Sparrow
44. N Cardinal
45. Red-winged Blackbird
46. E Meadowlark
47. Common Grackle
48. Great-tailed Grackle
49. Brown-headed Cowbird
50. House Finch
51. Am Goldfinch
52. House Sparrow

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Went to see Indiana's first record of Calliope Hummingbird that just three days ago was a lifer for me. Despite 14 degree Farenheit temperatures and a dusting of snow, the hummingbird is still doing well. I saw the hummingbird for my Year List, as well as eight other species at a nearby National Wildlife Refuge, so I'm now up to 72 for the year.

64. Eastern Bluebird
65. White-throated Sparrow
66. House Finch
67. Calliope Hummingbird
68. Purple Finch
69. Pine Siskin
70. Fox Sparrow
71. Hairy Woodpecker
72. Winter Wren

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Haven't really gotten a good day in - I had my brother down to visit for New Year's so I didn't want to bore him with excessive January 1st frenzy. We just drove around the local reservoir. I plan to go out and pick up some of the easy holes in my list later this week, but I'm sure many will come naturally:

JANUARY 1ST
1. Rock Pigeon
2. Bald Eagle (happy at #2, makes up for stupid #1)
3. Ring-billed Gull
4. Canada Goose
5. Northern Cardinal
6. Mallard
7. Common Merganser
8. White-breasted Nuthatch
9. Ring-necked Duck
10. Bufflehead
11. Ruby-crowned Kinglet
12. Eastern Bluebird
13. Red-bellied Woodpecker
14. Carolina Chickadee
15. Downy Woodpecker
16. American Robin
17. European Starling

JANUARY 2ND
18. American Crow (some crow sp.'s seen on the 1st, could've been Fish though...)
19. Mourning Dove
20. Black Vulture
21. Turkey Vulture

STILL NO HOUSE SPARROW! SO HAPPY!
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Picked up one more today while driving downtown Saint Joseph, Missouri.

47. Rock Pigeon
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A handful more from yesterday:
53. Chipping Sparrow
54. Clay-colored Sparrow
55. White-throated Sparrow
56. White-tailed Hawk
57. Great Blue Heron
58. Snowy Egret.

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Filling the holes...

22. Tufted Titmouse
23. Double-crested Cormorant
24. Hooded Merganser
25. Song Sparrow
26. White-throated Sparrow
27. Carolina Wren
28. American Wigeon
29. Eastern Towhee
30. Dark-eyed Junco
31. Northern Mockingbird
32. Pied-billed Grebe
33. Blue Jay
34. American Goldfinch
35. Fish Crow

STILL NO HOUSE SPARROW! SO HAPPY. I am purposefully avoiding my normal walk with the dog so I won't see the flock there. I'm trying to go for a record here! Longest ABA year list without a House Sparrow.
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Four more around home today:
59. Blue Jay
60. American Crow
61. Yellow-bellied Sapsucker
62. American Robin

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Three new birds today, so I'm now up to 75.

73. Bonaparte's Gull
74. Red-headed Woodpecker
75. Golden-crowned Kinglet

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Two barren counties in Illinois has gotten me up to 40 species so far, not going to complain when one of those was a snowy owl though.
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Today I visited Squaw Creek NWR, Mound City, Missouri and picked a few more species for 2012.

48. Blue Jay
49. Red-headed Woodpecker
50. Great Horned Owl
51. Rusty Blackbird
52. Brown-headed Cowbird
53. Purple Finch
54. Trumpeter Swan
55. Tundra Swan
56. American Wigeon
57. Hooded Merganser
58. Sandhill Crane
59. American Kestrel
.... & ....
60. Eurasian Collared-Dove (at Saint Joseph, Missouri, Stockyards)
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...where are all the Brits?? This thread seems to be dominated by Americans right now. I want to see the year lists grow from across the pond as well!
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Four on my drive to work today:
63. Red-bellied Woodpecker
64. Eurasian Collared Dove
65. Pyrrhuloxia (good bird for our area)
66. Merlin.

And two others later in the morning:
67. Brown Thrasher
68. Eastern Towhee.

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