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How is your 2018 List Going? (1 Viewer)

Penny Clarke

Well-known member
Here's to another spectacular year ahead for ALL BF Members across the world!:t::t::t:

Are you ready for another year of birding?!:t:B :):D

I hope that everyone has a fabulous year of exciting new birds and mega's!

Wishing you all joy, happiness and good health

Best Wishes Penny:girl:
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Reader

Well-known member
I started the year very modestly in my garden then just walking my dog before popping out relatively local to see a couple of Hawfinches at Berkswell, near Coventry.

List below in order of seeing them.

1. Wood Pigeon
2. Black-headed Gull
3. Blackbird
4. Magpie
5. Sparrow
6. Herring Gull
7. Blue Tit
8. Chaffinch
9. Dunnock
10. Swan
11. Crow
12. Great Tit
13. Robin
14. Goldfinch
15. Coal Tit
16. Long-tailed Tit
17. Jackdaw
18. Greenfinch
19. Hawfinch
20. Tufted Duck
21. Coot
22. Moorhen

John
 

Jacana

Will Jones
Hungary
I was with friends in Edinburgh for New Years and travelled back down to Shropshire today, so everything was seen in transit.

1. Carrion Crow
2. Eurasian Magpie
3. Western Jackdaw
4. Rock Dove
5. Common Buzzard
6. European Herring Gull
7. Common Pheasant
8. Common Blackbird
9. Common Wood Pigeon
10. Grey Heron
11. Common Starling
12. Yellowhammer
13. Black-headed Gull
14. Rook
15. Mallard
16. Eurasian Blue Tit
17. Common Kestrel
18. Northern Lapwing
19. Eurasian Collared Dove
20. White Wagtail
21. Greylag Goose
22. Western Barn Owl
 

Nightjar61

ABA 600 Club
United States
Terrible conditions for birding today. The Arctic blast that’s affecting much of the country brought several inches of snow and frigid temperatures. When I started out this morning the temperature was -16 degrees Fahrenheit (-27 Celsius) and the highest it got during the day was nine degrees Fahrenheit (13 Celsius). Needless to say, most of the lakes and rivers are frozen over, but there was some waterfowl on a few open streams. Despite the bitter cold, I surprisingly had a decent day, seeing 40 species.

The first 13 were at my feeder or in the yard first thing in the morning.

‘01. Dark-eyed Junco
‘02. Northern Cardinal
‘03. White-throated Sparrow
‘04. American Goldfinch
‘05. Black-capped Chickadee
‘06. Song Sparrow
‘07. Tufted Titmouse
‘08. White-breasted Nuthatch
‘09. House Finch
10. Blue Jay
11. House Sparrow
12. Red-bellied Woodpecker
13. American Crow
14. Mourning Dove
15. European Starling
16. American Kestrel
17. Mallard
18. Canada Goose
19. Red-tailed Hawk
20. Pileated Woodpecker
21. Eastern Bluebird
22. Downy Woodpecker
23. Swamp Sparrow
24. Sharp-shinned Hawk
25. Brown-headed Cowbird
26. Rusty Blackbird
27. Red-winged Blackbird
28. Red-breasted Nuthatch
29. Rough-legged Hawk
30. Rock Pigeon
31. Black Vulture
32. Myrtle Warbler
33. Hairy Woodpecker
34. Golden-crowned Kinglet
35. Winter Wren
36. Hermit Thrush
37. Green-winged Teal
38. Hooded Merganser
39. Ring-billed Gull
40. American Black Duck

Dave
 
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Andy Hurley

Opus Editor
Opus Editor
Scotland
Happy New Year to all on the Forum!
I visited the Rieselfelder by Münster in NRW Germany to open my year's birding and saw the following:

1 Black headed Gull
2 Canada Goose
3 Carrion Crow
4 Common Blackbird
5 Common Buzzard
6 Common Chaffinch
7 Common Kestrel
8 Common Magpie
9 Common Pheasant
10 Common Shelduck
11 Common Wood Pigeon
12 Egyptian Goose
13 Eurasian Bullfinch
14 Eurasian Coot
15 Eurasian Jay
16 Eurasian Sparrowhawk
17 Eurasian Teal
18 European Blue Tit
19 European Herring Gull
20 Fieldfare
21 Gadwall
22 Great Cormorant
23 Great Egret
24 Great Tit
25 Greater White fronted Goose
26 Grey Heron
27 Greylag Goose
28 Hen Harrier
29 Mallard
30 Mute Swan
31 Northern Lapwing
32 Pochard
33 Rook
34 Ruddy Shelduck
35 Tufted Duck
36 Western Jackdaw
37 White Stork
 
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Jacana

Will Jones
Hungary
In and around the garden today in Shropshire

23. Great Tit
24. Common Chaffinch
25. Coal Tit
26. Red Kite
27. Dunnock
28. European Robin
29. European Goldfinch
30. Eurasian Bullfinch
31. European Greenfinch
32. Fieldfare
33. Stock Dove
34. Eurasian Wren
35. Lesser Redpoll
36. Eurasian Siskin
37. Long-tailed Tit
38. House Sparrow
39. Great Spotted Woodpecker
40. Song Thrush
41. Eurasian Sparrowhawk
 

Nightjar61

ABA 600 Club
United States
Two new birds today, one during my break and the other during a quick stop on my way home from work.

41. American Robin
42. White-crowned Sparrow

Dave
 

Reader

Well-known member
Two from yesterday.

23. Great Spotted Woodpecker
24. Grey Heron

Fifteen from today.

25. Lesser Black backed Gull
26. Mallard
27. Redwing
28. Canada Geese
29. Iceland Gull
30. Cormorant
31. Willow Tit
32. Goosander
33. Reed Bunting
34. Sparrowhawk
35. Teal
36. Goldcrest
37. Little Grebe
38. Great Crested Grebe
39. Shelduck
 

martinboer

Well-known member
Happy New Year to all,

There seems to be a lot more emphasis on experience over numbers this year - which is a positive trend.

Off to a slow start given it's very cold on the East Coast just now.

1-4 January

Chevy Chase, MD and Washington, DC
1. American Crow
2. American Robin
3. Blue Jay
4. Brown-headed Cowbird
5. Canada Goose
6. Dark-eyed Junco
7. Downy Woodpecker
8. European Starling
9. Great Black-backed Gull
10. Hairy Woodpecker
11. Herring Gull
12. House Sparrow
13. Mallard
14. Mourning Dove
15. Northern Cardinal
16. Northern Mockingbird
17. Red-bellied Woodpecker
18. Red-tailed Hawk
19. Ring-billed Gull
20. Rock Pigeon
21. Song Sparrow
22. Tufted Titmouse
23. White-throated Sparrow
24. Winter Wren

Latest Lifer: 652 : Mountain Chickadee, The Canyons, Park City, UT, USA; December 2017)
 

Reader

Well-known member
A few more relatively local birds today.

40. Pied Wagtail
41. Buzzard
42. Starling
43. Great black backed Gull
44. Greylag Goose
45. Pheasant
46. Rook
47. Collared Dove
48. Stock Dove
49. Lapwing
50. Kestrel
51. Common Gull
52. Fieldfare
53. Marsh Tit
54. Nuthatch
 
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Jacana

Will Jones
Hungary
Pottering around the local area today:

42. Eurasian Nuthatch
43. Common Snipe
44. Eurasian Skylark
45. Little Owl
 

Tero

Retired
It's been slow, and I had to do errands today. Tomorrow! Unless we need to go out of town. Well, that would improve birding. Not counting the crows and starlings yet.

Alphabetic Taxonomic Location S/P Date
1 Eurasian Collared-Dove - Streptopelia decaocto Old Cheney and 80th Street LINCOLN US-NE 01 Jan 2018
2 Blue Jay - Cyanocitta cristata Holmes Lake US-NE 01 Jan 2018
3 Black-capped Chickadee - Poecile atricapillus Holmes Lake US-NE 01 Jan 2018
4 American Tree Sparrow - Spizelloides arborea Old Cheney and 80th Street LINCOLN US-NE 04 Jan 2018
5 Dark-eyed Junco - Junco hyemalis Old Cheney and 80th Street LINCOLN US-NE 01 Jan 2018
6 House Finch - Haemorhous mexicanus Holmes Lake US-NE 01 Jan 2018
7 House Sparrow - Passer domesticus Old Cheney and 80th Street LINCOLN US-NE 01 Jan 2018
 

Jacana

Will Jones
Hungary
Popped down to Ludlow today in search of Hawfinches. Saw a huge flock of around 50! Added a couple of other species along the way.

46. Marsh Tit
47. Hawfinch
48. Eurasian Jay
49. European Golden Plover
 

Tero

Retired
8. Mallard
9. Northern Harrier
10. Mourning dove
11. Belted Kingfisher
12. Red-bellied Woodpecker
13. Downy Woodpecker
14. Northern Flicker
15. American Crow
16. Red-breasted nuthatch
17. White-breasted Nuthatch
18. Eastern Bluebird
19. European Starling
20. Song sparrow
21. Swamp sparrow
22. Northern Cardinal
23. Canada Goose
24. Bald Eagle
25. Red-winged Blackbird
26. American Goldfinch
27. Red-tailed hawk
28. American kestrel
 

Nightjar61

ABA 600 Club
United States
Stopped by one of the few places on the Monongahela River with open water and picked up eight new birds for the year.

44. Snow Goose
45. Northern Mockingbird
46. Common Goldeneye
47. Common Merganser
48. Bufflehead
49. Ring-necked Duck
50. Pied-billed Grebe
51. Red-shouldered Hawk

Dave
 

martinboer

Well-known member
4-5 January

Chevy Chase, MD and Washington, DC
25. Bufflehead
26. Carolina Wren
27. Chipping Sparrow
28. Common Merganser
29. Hooded Merganser
30 Lesser Scaup
31. Northern Flicker


Latest Lifer: 652 : Mountain Chickadee (The Canyons, Park City, UT, USA; December 2017)
 

Nightjar61

ABA 600 Club
United States
Fifteen new birds today, so I’m now up to 66 for the year.

52. Wild Turkey
53. American Tree Sparrow
54. Greater Scaup
55. Bald Eagle
56. Canvasback
57. Redhead
58. Gadwall
59. Red-breasted Merganser
60. Wood Duck
61. American Coot
62. Carolina Chickadee
63. Carolina Wren
64. Northern Flicker
65. Eastern Towhee
66. Turkey Vulture

Dave
 

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