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Old Sunday 4th March 2018, 13:41   #101
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Today at the Rieselfelder Münster, (Westf), Germany:

88 Northern Pintail
89 Common Crane in large numbers moving N.
90 Northern Shoveler

Surpisingly warm in the sunshine 12°C and people still skating on the frozen ponds!
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Old Sunday 4th March 2018, 22:16   #102
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Some more local birds in recent days.

11-24 February

Chevy Chase, MD, USA
73. White-breasted Nuthatch
74. Common Grackle
75. House Finch
76. Red-breasted Nuthatch


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Just got back from a one-week birding trip to Jamaica. I added 100 species to my Year List and 43 lifers to my Life List. Lifers are in bold.

110. Great Egret
111. Antillean Palm Swift
112. Great-tailed Grackle
113. Greater Antillean Grackle
114. Western Cattle Egret
115. Laughing Gull
116. Royal Tern
117. Little Blue Heron
118. Glossy Ibis
119. Zenaida Dove
120. Loggerhead Kingbird
121. Brown Pelican
122. White-crowned Pigeon
123. Northern Potoo
124. Bananaquit
125. Yellow-faced Grassquit
126. Olive-throated Parakeet
127. Vervain Hummingbird
128. Black-throated Blue Warbler
129. American Redstart
130. Sad Flycatcher
131. Jamaican Euphonia
132. Northern Parula
133. Black-and-white Warbler
134. Jamaican Oriole
135. Common Ground Dove
136. Jamaican Elaenia
137. Red-billed Streamertail
138. Orangequit
139. Jamaican Woodpecker
140. Ruddy Quail-Dove
141. Yellow-shouldered Grassquit
142. Worm-eating Warbler
143. Black-whiskered Vireo
144. Jamaican Vireo
145. Cape May Warbler
146. Mangrove Cuckoo
147. White-chinned Thrush
148. Jamaican Tody
149. Jamaican Becard
150. Stolid Flycatcher
151. Rufous-tailed Flycatcher
152. White-collared Swift
153. Jamaican Mango
154. Caribbean Dove
155. Smooth-billed Ani
156. Spotted Sandpiper
157. Green Heron
158. Common Gallinule
159. Black-necked Stilt
160. Northern Jacana
161. Least Grebe
162. Sora
163. Ovenbird
164. Jamaican Owl
165. American Barn Owl
166. Arrowhead Warbler
167. White-eyed Thrush
168. Jamaican Spindalis
169. Chestnut-bellied Cuckoo
170. Jamaican Pewee
171. Jamaican Blackbird
172. Greater Antillean Bullfinch
173. Prairie Warbler
174. Blue Mountain Vireo
175. Common Yellowthroat
176. Black-throated Green Warbler
177. Ring-tailed Pigeon
178. Crested Quail-Dove
179. Rufous-throated Solitaire
180. Brown Booby
181. Sanderling
182. Ruddy Turnstone
183. Wilson’s Plover
184. Black-bellied Plover
185. White-winged Dove
186. White-tailed Tropicbird
187. Louisiana Waterthrush
188. Barn Swallow
189. Cave Swallow
190. Magnificent Frigatebird
191. Yellow Warbler
192. Least Sandpiper
193. Purple Gallinule
194. Black-faced Grassquit
195. Jamaican Lizard Cuckoo
196. Magnolia Warbler
197. West Indian Whistling Duck
198. Black-billed Streamertail
199. Black-billed Parrot
200. Yellow-billed Parrot
201. Yellow-crowned Night Heron
202. Northern Waterthrush
203. Snowy Egret
204. Black-crowned Night Heron
205. Jamaican Crow
206. Greater Antillean Elaenia
207. Willet
208. Lesser Yellowlegs
209. Scaly-breasted Munia

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Just got back from a one-week birding trip to Jamaica. I added 100 species to my Year List and 43 lifers to my Life List. Lifers are in bold.
Nice, Dave! Sounds like a great trip!
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76. Western meadowlark
77. Eastern meadowlark
78. Herring gull
79. Turkey vulture
80. Common grackle
81. Franklin’s gull
82. Lesser black-backed gull
83. Double-crested cormorant
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Old Wednesday 14th March 2018, 22:32   #107
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Nice, Dave! Sounds like a great trip!
Alex, it was a great trip. I’d highly recommend a birding trip to Jamaica. There are 27 or 28 endemics (depending on taxonomy), as well as some more widespread Caribbean species. It’s not too hard to see all the endemics in a week, although a couple can be tricky.

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While scouting locations for work today:
194. Wood Duck
195. Red-shouldered Hawk
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Old Saturday 17th March 2018, 07:14   #109
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I've been sat at New Delhi airport for a few hours waiting for my connecting flight. Picked up a few year and life birds in the process

123. Red-vented Bulbul
124. House Crow
125. Common Myna
126. Dusky Crag Martin
127. Bank Myna

128. Black Kite
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One new bird this morning puts me at 210 for the year.

210. Tundra Swan

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This morning I went to a high-elevation pine forest in a neighboring county to follow up on a week-old report of crossbills. I quickly found my target, putting me at 211 for the year.

211. Red Crossbill

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84. Lapland longspur
85. Iceland gull/Thayer’s
86. Pine siskin
87. Savannah sparrow
88. American pipit
89. Eared grebe
90. Red-breasted merganser
91. Yellow-headed blackbird
92. Purple finch (NE lifer, hard to find here)
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Quick weekend visit with family in the desert:
196. Verdin
197. Costa’s Hummingbird
198. Lincoln’s Sparrow
199. Canyon Wren
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92 Common Stonechat

Large Numbers of Song Thrush and Northern Lapwing moving through just now
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A few year birds on a layover in Panama.

17 March

Tocumen International Airport, Panama City, Panama
77. Broad-winged Hawk
78. Barn Swallow
79. Great-tailed Grackle


Latest Lifer: 652 : Mountain Chickadee (The Canyons, Park City, UT, USA; December 2017)
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Spent a great half day birding today in Buenos Aires at the very beautiful and impressive Ecológica Costanera Sur reserve. I saw 52 species, and 15 of them lifers.

Tomorrow I'll do a full day in Entre Rios, two days outside of Buenos Aires, which should be very promising.

20 March

Reserva Ecológica Costanera Sur, Buenos Aires, Argentina
80. Southern Screamer
81. Coscoroba Swan
82. Silver Teal
83. White-tufted Grebe

84. Pied-billed Grebe
85. Maguari Stork
86. Neotropic Cormorant
87. Rufescent Tiger-Heron
88. Cocoi Heron
89. Great Egret
90. Snowy Egret
91. Striated Heron
92. Whistling Heron
93. Harris's Hawk
94. Common Gallinule
95. Red-gartered Coot
96. Red-fronted Coot
97. White-winged Coot

98. Black-necked Stilt
99. Southern Lapwing
100. Wattled Jacana
101. Picazuro Pigeon
102. Spot-winged Pigeon
103. Picui Ground-Dove
104. White-tipped Dove
105. Eared Dove
106. Guira Cuckoo
107. Glittering-bellied Emerald
108. Gilded Hummingbird
109. Green-barred Woodpecker
110. Monk Parakeet
111. Yellow-chevroned Parakeet
112. Nanday Parakeet
113. Rufous Hornero
114. Cattle Tyrant
115. Great Kiskadee
116. Blue-and-white Swallow
117. Gray-breasted Martin
118. Brown-chested Martin
119. Masked Gnatcatcher
120. Rufous-bellied Thrush
121. Creamy-bellied Thrush
122. Chalk-browed Mockingbird
123. White-banded Mockingbird
124. Double-collared Seedeater
125. Golden-billed Saltator
126. Rufous-collared Sparrow
127. Solitary Black Cacique
128. Hooded Siskin


Latest Lifer: 667 : Hooded Siskin (Reserva Ecológica Costanera Sur, Buenos Aires, Argentina; March 2018)

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Spent a great half day birding today in Buenos Aires at the very beautiful and impressive Ecológica Costanera Sur reserve. I saw 52 species, and 16 of them lifers.

Tomorrow I'll do a full day in Entre Rios, two days outside of Buenos Aires, which should be very promising.

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I love Costanera Sur! Such a bizarre story of how and why it got preserved. Shame to think that all of the Buenos area used to be like that...

One more year bird for me working in the Valley today:
200. Chipping Sparrow
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A quick stop on my way home from work this afternoon produced one new bird for the year.

212. American Pipit

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Hi Penny- Ron Seymour here in Bulgaria. You probably don't remember me. I have recently enrolled with BirdForum with the aim of finding birders in Bulgaria, preferably near Veliko Tarnovo, who I can team up with and expand my knowledge of the avifauna of this fantastic country. I am currently living in a rural village called Samovodene and have been amazed at the sightings that I have had here. My garden list includes Grey-headed Woodpecker, Golden Oriole (breeding), Hoopoe, Nightingale, Red-backed Shrike, Hawfinch, Lesser Whitethroat, Black Redstart, Tree Sparrow and many more. Overhead I have seen White and Black Storks, Long-legged and Common Buzzards and Ravens. I make every effort to tap into the Norfolk bird news and I really love your blog. Thank you for the effort that you put into this very comprehensive roundup of what's about in Norfolk. I was sorry to learn of your dad's passing - I never met him but Peter and Margaret Clarke's book was always by my side if I wanted to target specific birds.
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I love Costanera Sur! Such a bizarre story of how and why it got preserved. Shame to think that all of the Buenos area used to be like that...

One more year bird for me working in the Valley today:
200. Chipping Sparrow
Hey Alex - I don't know the full story about Costanera, beyond that it once was a popular waterfront oasis -- and then presumably something happened? Would love hear more. Now it's a great place, perhaps a bit too manicured but lovely all the same. Martin
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Had a fantastic day birding in the Entre Rios area of Argentina with the excellent Marcelo Gavensky of Birding Buenos Aires.

We saw 91 species, including 36 lifers, over a diverse range of beautiful birding locations. What a really impressive country with amazing birding.


21 March

Ceibas Area, Entre Rios, Argentina
129. Greater Rhea
130. Spotted Nothura

131. Yellow-billed Teal
132. Wood Stork
133. White-faced Ibis
134. Savanna Hawk
135. Roadside Hawk
136. White-tailed Hawk
137. Swainson's Hawk

138. Giant Wood-Rail
139. South American Snipe
140. Burrowing Owl

141. Nacunda Nighthawk
142. White Woodpecker
143. White-fronted Woodpecker
144. Southern Caracara
145. Chimango Caracara
146. American Kestrel
147. Firewood-gatherer
148. Brown Cacholote
149. Yellow-chinned Spinetail
150. Chotoy Spinetail
151. Vermilion Flycatcher
152. Austral Negrito
153. Spectacled Tyrant
154. Black-crowned Monjita

155. White Monjita
156. Tropical Kingbird
157. White-tipped Plantcutter
158. House Wren
159. Yellowish Pipit
160. Red-crested Cardinal
161. Black-and-rufous Warbling-Finch
162. Saffron Finch
163. Grassland Yellow-Finch
164. Great Pampa-Finch
165. White-browed Meadowlark
166. Screaming Cowbird
167. Shiny Cowbird
168. Grayish Baywing
169. Yellow-winged Blackbird
170. Brown-and-yellow Marshbird


Médanos Area, Entre Rios, Argentina
171. Black-necked Swan
172. Ringed Teal

173. Brazilian Teal
174. Red Shoveler
175. Yellow-billed Pintail

176. Rosy-billed Pochard
177. Black-headed Duck

178. Black-crowned Night-Heron
179. Bare-faced Ibis
180. Roseate Spoonbill
181. Cinereous Harrier

182. Plumbeous Rail
183. Pectoral Sandpiper
184. Lesser Yellowlegs
185. Brown-hooded Gull
186. Ringed Kingfisher
187. Sooty Tyrannulet
188. Masked Yellowthroat

189. Grayish Saltator


Latest Lifer: 703 : Masked Yellowthroat (Médanos, Entre Rios, Argentina; March 2018)
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My first proper twitch for ages saw me driving over to Friskney, near Skegness for the female Snowy Owl, which was a lifer for me.

135. Snowy Owl
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An early spring migrant this afternoon brought my Year List up to 213.

213. Greater Yellowlegs

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A trip to the Jadebusen in Northern Germany gave me 65 species for the day, a good haul for March, I think. Year birds wereas follows, with Twite being a first for Germany:

93 Common Redshank
94 Barnacle Gooose
95 Dunlin
96 Pied Avocet
97 Common Snipe
98 White Wagtail
99 Twite
100 Ruddy Turnstone
101 Common Redstart
102 Northern Wheatear
103 Black tailed Godwit
104 Marsh Harrier
105 Brent Goose
106 Water Pipit
107 Meadow Pipit
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Two new birds this morning, so I’m now up to 215 for the year.

214. Purple Finch
215. Western Osprey

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