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2011 list (Tred) (1 Viewer)

Tred

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So far this has just been southern Wisconsin (Dane, Rock, and Walworth counties). Also, it's very clearly an amateur list, but it's the first I've kept so it's awesome.

Jan 1

1. Black-capped chickadee
2. Red-breasted nuthatch
3. American goldfinch

Jan 2

4. Hairy woodpecker
5. Downy woodpecker

Jan 3

6. American kestrel
7. Rock dove
8. Mourning dove
9. Red-headed woodpecker
10. Yellow-bellied sapsucker
11. American crow
12. White-breasted nuthatch
13. Brown creeper
14. European starling
15. Dark-eyed junco
16. Northern cardinal

Jan 4

17. Mallard
18. Red-tailed hawk

Jan 5

19. House finch

Jan 7

20. Tufted titmouse

Jan 13

21. Blue jay

Jan 14

22. Pine siskin

Jan 16

23. House sparrow

Jan 17

24. Canada goose
25. Northern flicker
26. Pileated woodpecker

Feb 11

27. Sharp-shinned hawk
 

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March 8

28. Sandhill crane

March 12

29. Turkey vulture

March 13

30. American robin
31. Cedar waxwing
32. American tree sparrow
33. Red-winged blackbird

March 20

34. Great blue heron
35. Lesser scaup
36. Bufflehead
37. Ring-necked pheasant
38. Killdeer

March 21

39. Eastern bluebird
40. Song sparrow
41. Common grackle

March 24

42. Northern shoveler
43. Common goldeneye
44. Hooded merganser

March 26

45. Fox sparrow

April 17

46. Chipping sparrow

April 22

47. Red-breasted merganser
48. Bonaparte's gull
49. Tree swallow
50. Ruby-crowned kinglet
51. Blue-gray gnatcatcher

April 23

52. Hermit thrush
53. Purple finch

April 24

54. White-throated sparrow

April 26

55. Yellow-rumped warbler

April 29

56. Barn swallow

April 30

57. Great egret
58. Gray catbird
59. Brown thrasher
60. Brown-headed cowbird
61. Baltimore oriole
 
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May 1

62. Chimney swift

May 2

63. Nashville warbler

May 5

64. Northern rough-winged swallow

May 7

65. House wren
66. Scarlet tanager
67. Eastern phoebe

May 8

68. Blue-winged warbler
69. Black-and-white warbler
70. Eastern meadowlark

May 13

71. Ring-billed gull
72. Ruby-throated hummingbird

May 14

73. Wild turkey
74. Chestnut-sided warbler

May 15

75. Red-eyed vireo
76. American redstart
77. Rose-breasted grosbeak
78. Indigo bunting

May 16

79. Great horned owl
80. Veery
81. Golden-winged warbler
82. Tennessee warbler
83. Orange-crowned warbler
84. Northern parula
85. Yellow warbler
86. Magnolia warbler
87. Cape May warbler
88. Black-throated green warbler
89. Blackburnian warbler
90. Palm warbler
91. Bay-breasted warbler
92. Blackpoll warbler
93. Wilson's warbler
94. Canada warbler

May 19- drove up to northern Wisconsin and back

95. Eastern kingbird
96. Common raven
97. Cliff swallow

May 20

98. Common nighthawk

May 21

99. Eastern wood-pewee

May 22

100. Common loon

May 24

101. Wood duck
102. Great crested flycatcher

May 26

103. Spotted sandpiper
 

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May 28

104. Black-billed cuckoo

June 3

105. Field sparrow

June 4

106. Willow flycatcher
107. Marsh wren

June 5

108. Whip-poor-will
 
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June 6

109. Common yellowthroat

June 7

110. Wood thrush

June 11

111. Savannah sparrow
112. Bobolink
113. Dickcissel

June 16

114. Green heron
 

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June 22

115. Warbling vireo

August 27

116. Olive-sided flycatcher

August 28

117. Swainson's thrush

September 1

118. Belted kingfisher

September somethingth

119. Blue-headed vireo

September 21

120. Cooper's hawk

October 1

121. White-crowned sparrow

October 25

122. Golden-crowned kinglet

October 29

123. Tundra swan
124. Northern pintail
125. Green-winged teal
126. Canvasback
127. Ring-necked duck
128. American coot

November 3

129. Northern shrike

November 5

130. Bald eagle
 

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