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Old Sunday 18th February 2018, 12:19   #1
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Randy's Year List

Running a bit behind this year

1 Anhinga
2 Virginia Rail
3 Common Gallinule
4 Mourning Dove
5 Belted Kingfisher
6 Eastern Phoebe
7 Muscovy Duck
8 Northern Shoveler
9 Lesser Scaup
10 Pied-billed Grebe
11 Wood Stork
12 Double-crested Cormorant
13 Great Egret
14 Snowy Egret
15 Little Blue Heron
16 Tricolored Heron
17 Green Heron
18 White Ibis
19 Roseate Spoonbill
20 Osprey
21 American Coot
22 Red-bellied Woodpecker
23 Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
24 Northern Mockingbird
25 Palm Warbler
26 Yellow-rumped Warbler
27 Swamp Sparrow
28 Red-winged Blackbird
29 Loggerhead Shrike
30 Boat-tailed Grackle
31 Blue Jay
32 House Finch
33 Turkey Vulture
34 Lesser Black-backed Gull
35 Red-breasted Merganser
36 Brown Pelican
37 Great Blue Heron
38 American Oystercatcher
39 Black-bellied Plover
40 Ruddy Turnstone
41 Sanderling
42 Least Sandpiper
43 Willet
44 Laughing Gull
45 Ring-billed Gull
46 Herring Gull
47 Royal Tern
48 Killdeer
49 Horned Grebe
50 Rock Pigeon
51 Blue-winged Teal
52 Gadwall
53 Greater Scaup
54 Common Loon
56 American White Pelican
57 Black Vulture
58 Semipalmated Plover
59 Black Skimmer
60 American Kestrel
61 European Starling
62 Prairie Warbler
63 Northern Cardinal
64 Ring-necked Duck
65 Brown Booby
66 Bald Eagle
67 Great Horned Owl
68 Glossy Ibis
69 Wood Duck
70 Purple Gallinule
71 Blue-headed Vireo
72 Tree Swallow
74 Carolina Wren
75 Gray Catbird
76 Common Yellowthroat
77 Mottled Duck
78 Black-crowned Night-Heron
79 Red-shouldered Hawk
80 Limpkin
81 Sandhill Crane
82 Wilson's Snipe
83 Downy Woodpecker
84 Pileated Woodpecker
85 White-eyed Vireo
86 American Crow
87 Fish Crow
88 Carolina Chickadee
89 Tufted Titmouse
90 House Wren
91 Sedge Wren
92 Ruby-crowned Kinglet
93 Eastern Bluebird
94 Hermit Thrush
95 American Robin
96 Black-and-white Warbler
97 Pine Warbler
98 Chipping Sparrow
99 Eastern Meadowlark
100 Common Grackle
101 Marbled Godwit
102 Dunlin
103 Short-billed Dowitcher
104 Caspian Tern
105 Forster's Tern
106 Sandwich Tern
107 Redhead
108 Bufflehead
109 Brown-headed Cowbird
110 Cattle Egret
111 Clapper Rail
112 Common Ground-Dove
113 Brown Thrasher
114 Eastern Towhee
115 Eastern Screech-Owl
116 Cooper's Hawk
117 Monk Parakeet
118 Nanday Parakeet
119 Whimbrel
120 Ovenbird
121 Peregrine Falcon
122 Yellow-bellied Sapsucker
123 Dark-eyed Junco Tennessee
124 White-throated Sparrow Tennessee
125 White-breasted Nuthatch Tennessee
126 Orange-crowned Warbler Tennessee
127 Canada Goose Tennessee
128 Mallard Tennessee
129 Rusty Blackbird Tennessee
130 American Goldfinch Tennessee
132 Red-tailed Hawk
133 Spotted Sandpiper
134 American Bittern
135 Ruff LIFER
136 Long-billed Dowitcher
137 Greater Yellowlegs
138 Lesser Yellowlegs
139 Hooded Merganser
140 Northern Harrier
141 Swainson's Hawk NEW FLORIDA BIRD
142 Red-headed Woodpecker
143 Burrowing Owl
144 Eurasian Collared-Dove
145 House Sparrow
146 Florida Scrub-Jay
147 American Wigeon
148 Sora
149 White-winged Dove
150 Cedar Waxwing
151 Black-throated Green Warbler
152 Green-winged Teal
153 Ruddy Duck
154 Wilson's Plover
155 Red Knot
156 Lark Sparrow Rare
157 Bonaparte's Gull
158 Northern Flicker
159 Black-bellied Whistling-Duck
160 Scissor-tailed Flycatcher Rare
161 Savannah Sparrow
162 Purple Martin
163 Reddish Egret
164 Piping Plover
165 Short-tailed Hawk
166 Northern Parula
167 Indigo Bunting
168 Painted Bunting
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Old Sunday 25th February 2018, 18:19   #2
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A few new birds. Did a road trip an hour north to Withlacochee State Forest. Picked up all 3 species I targeted. So great to hear multiple Bachman's Sparrows singing. Total of 7 in less that 2 miles. Great location as needed pine forest still intact unlike many places in Florida that have been knocked down for development.



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170 Saltmarsh Sparrow Fort De Soto Park
171 Hairy Woodpecker Withlacoochee State Forest--Croom Tract
172 Red-cockaded Woodpecker Withlacoochee State Forest--Croom Tract
173 Bachman's Sparrow Withlacoochee State Forest--Croom Tract
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Wonderful weather today as tempatures dropped to normal levels after several weeks of above normal highs.
Added just a couple of birds

174 Yellow-crowned Night-Heron Barcley US-FL 27 Feb 2018
175 Crested Caracara Moccasin Wallow Rd and I75 US-FL 03 Mar 2018
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One rare bird showed up that i was able to locate this morning. Vesper Sparrow.
Expect a few migrants to start trickling in over the next few weeks

176 Chuck-will's-widow Weedon Island Preserve US-FL 04 Mar 2018
177 Swallow-tailed Kite Sawgrass Lake Park US-FL 04 Mar 2018
178 Sharp-shinned Hawk SPHS US-FL 09 Mar 2018
179 Vesper Sparrow Brooker Creek Preserve & surrounding areas US-FL 10 Mar 2018
180 Yellow-throated Vireo John Chesnut Sr. Park US-FL 10 Mar 2018

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Great day. Original plan was to hit Ft DeSoto Park pre dawn. However, on arrival we noted there was going to be a race at the park. To avoid getting trapped as you cannot drive roads once bike race starts we left the park. Turned out to be a good move. Headed to Boyd Hill / Lake Maggorie Park and had an outstanding morning. Also checked Lassing Park and Del Holmes Park. All is general area. Added several new birds to year list. Back to work in the morning, but at least only two weeks till spring break.

181 Solitary Sandpiper 28th Street wetlands US-FL 10 Mar 2018
182 Canvasback Boyd Hill Nature Park & Lake Maggiore US-FL 11 Mar 2018
183 Blue-crowned Parakeet Boyd Hill Nature Park & Lake Maggiore US-FL 11 Mar 2018
184 Barn Swallow Boyd Hill Nature Park & Lake Maggiore US-FL 11 Mar 2018
185 Western Sandpiper Lassing Park US-FL 11 Mar 2018
186 Least Bittern Dell Holmes Park US-FL 11 Mar 2018
187 Great Crested Flycatcher Dell Holmes Park US-FL 11 Mar 2018

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A few add on's since last report. Good news is first migrants of year show up today after a storm front. Hopefully things will continue to improve. Made a 3 day trip to north Florida this week primarily for butterflies. Added a few new birds to year list too. Would highly recommend a visit to Tall Timbers near Tallahassee in winter or early spring.

188 Northern Rough-winged Swallow 62nd Ave Sewage (Restricted) US-FL 14 Mar 2018
189 Bronzed Cowbird Celery Fields US-FL 17 Mar 2018
190 King Rail Celery Fields--South Cell US-FL 17 Mar 2018
191 Black-necked Stilt 28th Street wetlands US-FL 17 Mar 2018
192 Glaucous Gull Treasure Island Beach US-FL 24 Mar 2018
193 Eastern Kingbird Fort De Soto Park US-FL 24 Mar 2018
194 Helmeted Guineafowl 32132 County Road 121, Hilliard US-FL (30.7099,-82.0201) US-FL 26 Mar 2018
195 Hooded Warbler Elinor Klapp-Phipps Park US-FL 26 Mar 2018
196 Brown-headed Nuthatch Tall Timbers Research Station US-FL 26 Mar 2018
197 Chimney Swift The Grove Museum US-FL 26 Mar 2018
198 Pine Siskin Tall Timbers Research Station US-FL 27 Mar 2018
199 Red-eyed Vireo Torreya SP US-FL 27 Mar 2018
200 Yellow-throated Warbler Torreya SP US-FL 27 Mar 2018
201 Worm-eating Warbler Fort De Soto Park US-FL 31 Mar 2018
202 Prothonotary Warbler Fort De Soto Park US-FL 31 Mar 2018
203 White-crowned Sparrow Fort De Soto Park US-FL 31 Mar 2018
204 Orchard Oriole Fort De Soto Park US-FL 31 Mar 2018
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Has not been a busy migration this year. Front moving in today will see if it brings anything with it.

205 Tennessee Warbler Fort De Soto Park US-FL 01 Apr 2018
206 Common Tern Fort De Soto Park US-FL 08 Apr 2018
207 Yellow-billed Cuckoo Fort De Soto Park US-FL 08 Apr 2018
208 Ruby-throated Hummingbird Fort De Soto Park US-FL 08 Apr 2018
209 Merlin Fort De Soto Park US-FL 08 Apr 2018
210 Cliff Swallow Fort De Soto Park US-FL 08 Apr 2018
211 Magnificent Frigatebird Duck Ponds & Tierra Verde US-FL 08 Apr 2018
212 Summer Tanager Sawgrass Lake Park US-FL 11 Apr 2018
213 Rose-breasted Grosbeak Sawgrass Lake Park US-FL 11 Apr 2018
214 Common Nighthawk Barcley US-FL 13 Apr 2018
215 Swainson's Warbler George C. McGough Nature Park US-FL 14 Apr 2018
216 Northern Waterthrush Fort De Soto Park US-FL 15 Apr 2018
217 Scarlet Tanager Fort De Soto Park US-FL 15 Apr 2018
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Finally a good number of birds. Large front moved through yesterday. First last night 13 Upland Sandpipers at Ft DeSoto. Never seen such numbers for our area as it's a rarity. This was late afternoon and still raining. As i was leaving you could see the migrants coming in and landing in the trees. Unfortunately, i did have to work today so could not get back out till this afternoon. Plenty of birds still around though. Best fall out we have had in several years. Many Summer and Scarlet Tanagers, Blue and Rose Grosbeak, Indigo Bunting, Baltimore Oriole to name a few

218 Upland Sandpiper Fort De Soto Park US-FL 15 Apr 2018 Rare bird
219 Eastern Wood-Pewee Fort De Soto Park US-FL 16 Apr 2018
220 Bank Swallow Fort De Soto Park US-FL 16 Apr 2018
221 Wood Thrush Fort De Soto Park US-FL 16 Apr 2018
222 Golden-winged Warbler Fort De Soto Park US-FL 16 Apr 2018 Rare Bird
223 Kentucky Warbler Fort De Soto Park US-FL 16 Apr 2018
224 American Redstart Fort De Soto Park US-FL 16 Apr 2018
225 Blackburnian Warbler Fort De Soto Park US-FL 16 Apr 2018
226 Blue Grosbeak Fort De Soto Park US-FL 16 Apr 2018
227 Dickcissel Fort De Soto Park US-FL 16 Apr 2018
228 Baltimore Oriole Fort De Soto Park US-FL 16 Apr 2018
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Bird continue to hang around Ft DeSoto. Possible front tonight or in morning. Should be getting near the end of migration though. Last front dumped in a good number of migrants

229 Chestnut-sided Warbler
230 Warbling Vireo
231 Swainson's Thrush
232 Magnolia Warbler
233 Blackpoll Warbler
234 Veery
235 Gray-cheeked Thrush
236 Cape May Warbler
237 Black-throated Blue Warbler
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Holy Cow did not realize it's been April since my last post. Past few months spent packing to prepare for a move from Florida to Tennessee. Well move finally done, thank goodness. This year has been a bit of a bust because of move. But still some good birding fun, and new yard birds to see here in Tennessee.

238 Gray Kingbird Fort De Soto Park US-FL 22 Apr 2018
239 Blue-winged Warbler Fort De Soto Park US-FL 29 Apr 2018
240 Bay-breasted Warbler Fort De Soto Park US-FL 29 Apr 2018
241 Least Tern Pinellas County US-FL 05 May 2018
242 Bobolink 16th Street N wetlands US-FL 07 May 2018
243 Field Sparrow Radnor Lake State Natural Area US-TN 10 Jun 2018
244 Wild Turkey Radnor Lake State Natural Area US-TN 11 Jun 2018
245 Acadian Flycatcher Radnor Lake State Natural Area US-TN 11 Jun 2018
246 Louisiana Waterthrush Radnor Lake State Natural Area US-TN 11 Jun 2018
247 Song Sparrow Franklin TN US-TN 12 Jun 2018
248 Tropical Kingbird St. Armands Circle US-FL 26 Jun 2018
249 House Crow Nokomis Public Beach US-FL 26 Jun 2018
250 Gull-billed Tern Rock Ponds Ecosystem Restoration Project US-FL 26 Jun 2018
251 Mangrove Cuckoo Pinellas County US-FL 10 Jul 2018
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252 Broad-winged Hawk Crieve Hall Area US-TN 28 Jul 2018
253 Pectoral Sandpiper Lake along Carter's Creek Pike US-TN 10 Aug 2018
254 Yellow Warbler Radnor Lake State Natural Area US-TN 13 Aug 2018
255 Northern Bobwhite Bells Bend Park US-TN 15 Aug 2018
256 Yellow-breasted Chat Bells Bend Park US-TN 15 Aug 2018
257 American Golden-Plover Highway 99 (Eagleville) Sod Fields US-TN 16 Aug 2018
258 Anna's Hummingbird Medeiros Parkway--Arroyo Mocho Trail US-CA 21 Aug 2018
259 Spotted Towhee Medeiros Parkway--Arroyo Mocho Trail US-CA 22 Aug 2018
260 Black Phoebe Bike Trail US-CA 22 Aug 2018
261 California Scrub-Jay Bike Trail US-CA 22 Aug 2018
262 Nuttall's Woodpecker Bike Trail US-CA 23 Aug 2018
263 Bushtit Bike Trail US-CA 23 Aug 2018
264 Western Grebe Del Valle Regional Park US-CA 23 Aug 2018
265 White-throated Swift Del Valle Regional Park US-CA 23 Aug 2018
266 Acorn Woodpecker Del Valle Regional Park US-CA 23 Aug 2018
267 Steller's Jay Del Valle Regional Park US-CA 23 Aug 2018
268 Yellow-billed Magpie Del Valle Regional Park US-CA 23 Aug 2018
269 Chestnut-backed Chickadee Del Valle Regional Park US-CA 23 Aug 2018
270 Oak Titmouse Del Valle Regional Park US-CA 23 Aug 2018
271 Wrentit Del Valle Regional Park US-CA 23 Aug 2018
272 Western Bluebird Del Valle Regional Park US-CA 23 Aug 2018
273 California Towhee Del Valle Regional Park US-CA 23 Aug 2018
274 Rufous-crowned Sparrow Del Valle Regional Park US-CA 23 Aug 2018
275 Brewer's Blackbird Del Valle Regional Park US-CA 23 Aug 2018
276 Great-tailed Grackle Del Valle Regional Park US-CA 23 Aug 2018
277 California Quail Mines Rd.--MP 6.28 (ALA Co.) US-CA 23 Aug 2018
278 Greater Roadrunner Mines Rd.--MP 6.28 (ALA Co.) US-CA 23 Aug 2018
279 Lesser Goldfinch Bike Trail US-CA 24 Aug 2018
280 White-tailed Kite Bike Trail US-CA 24 Aug 2018
281 Long-billed Curlew San Leandro Marina US-CA 25 Aug 2018
282 Black Turnstone San Leandro Marina US-CA 25 Aug 2018
283 Western Gull San Leandro Marina US-CA 25 Aug 2018
284 California Gull San Leandro Marina US-CA 25 Aug 2018
285 Pacific-slope Flycatcher San Leandro Marina US-CA 25 Aug 2018
286 Elegant Tern Elsie Roemer Bird Sanctuary US-CA 25 Aug 2018
287 Surf Scoter Ballena Bay US-CA 25 Aug 2018
288 Surfbird San Leandro Marina US-CA 25 Aug 2018
289 Western Screech-Owl Del Valle Regional Park US-CA 26 Aug 2018
290 Common Raven Coyote Hills Regional Park--Quarry Staging Area US-CA 26 Aug 2018
291 Vaux's Swift Coyote Hills Regional Park--Visitor Center area US-CA 26 Aug 2018
292 Willow Flycatcher Coyote Hills Regional Park--Visitor Center area US-CA 26 Aug 2018
293 Hutton's Vireo Coyote Hills Regional Park--Visitor Center area US-CA 26 Aug 2018
294 Violet-green Swallow Coyote Hills Regional Park--Visitor Center area US-CA 26 Aug 2018
295 Ridgway's Rail Don Edwards NWR (ALA Co.) US-CA 26 Aug 2018
296 Common Merganser Del Valle Regional Park US-CA 29 Aug 2018
297 Bewick's Wren Del Valle Regional Park US-CA 29 Aug 2018
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Great trip to California this year. First time i have been out there late Aug early Sept. Paid off in some new county and state birds

298 Clark's Grebe Del Valle Regional Park US-CA 31 Aug 2018
299 Tricolored Blackbird Del Valle Regional Park US-CA 31 Aug 2018
300 Townsend's Warbler Del Valle Regional Park US-CA 31 Aug 2018
301 California Thrasher Arroyo Del Valle US-CA 01 Sep 2018
302 Western Tanager Arroyo Del Valle US-CA 01 Sep 2018
303 Black-headed Grosbeak Arroyo Del Valle US-CA 01 Sep 2018
304 Barn Owl Veterans Park (ALA Co.) US-CA 01 Sep 2018
305 Ross's Goose Arroyo las Positas--Jack London Blvd. US-CA 03 Sep 2018
306 Band-tailed Pigeon Sunol Regional Wilderness--Visitor Center area US-CA 03 Sep 2018
307 Golden Eagle Sunol Regional Wilderness--Visitor Center area US-CA 03 Sep 2018
308 Wilson's Warbler Sunol Regional Wilderness--Visitor Center area US-CA 03 Sep 2018
309 Black-throated Gray Warbler Del Valle Regional Park US-CA 04 Sep 2018

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Fall migration is done and the wintering birds just starting to show. Yellow bellied flycatcher is a lifer. Enjoying. Life in Tennessee and exploring new places

310 Canada Warbler Radnor Lake State Natural Area US-TN 23 Sep 2018
311 Least Flycatcher Radnor Lake State Natural Area US-TN 26 Sep 2018
312 Philadelphia Vireo Radnor Lake State Natural Area US-TN 30 Sep 2018
313 Red-breasted Nuthatch Shelby Bottoms Nature Center US-TN 04 Oct 2018
314 Yellow-bellied Flycatcher Radnor Lake State Natural Area US-TN 16 Oct 2018
315 Nashville Warbler Radnor Lake State Natural Area US-TN 16 Oct 2018
316 Golden-crowned Kinglet Radnor Lake State Natural Area US-TN 17 Oct 2018
317 Northern Pintail Tennessee NWR--Duck River Unit--Blue Goose Loop US-TN 21 Oct 2018

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Only one new bird to add

318 Fox Sparrow Bells Bend Park

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Suspect this will be final post for 2018. Been an up down year for me. Between moving from Florida to Tennessee and poor health part of the year it was a tough one.

Good news is health is back, I retired early, and am loving new adventures in Tennessee. Hope all have a wonderful holiday and will post again in the new year. Trying to plan a couple of trips in 2019 since health is back

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319 Winter Wren Radnor Lake State Natural Area US-TN 05 Nov 2018 View All
320 Purple Finch Crieve Hall Area US-TN 16 Nov 2018 View All
321 Common Goldeneye J. Percy Priest Lake--Anderson Rd Rec Area US-TN 02 Dec 2018 View All
322 Snow Goose Tennessee NWR--Swamp Creek Road US-TN 15 Dec 2018
323 Greater White-fronted Goose Tennessee NWR--Swamp Creek Road US-TN 15 Dec 2018
324 American Black Duck Tennessee NWR--Britton Ford--V.L. Childs Observation Deck

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Glad you're feeling better Randy and good luck for 2019. 2018's list is still impressive though.

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Surprise..........one last bird for 2018 and it's a lifer

325 Short Eared Owl Rutherford, TN
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