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How's your 2021 list going? (1 Viewer)

Jacana

Will Jones
Hungary
I had a successful trip around Shropshire today, netting a few good species for the county.


1. Eurasian Blue Tit
2. Great Spotted Woodpecker
3. Common Blackbird
4. Great Tit
5. Common Wood Pigeon
6. Northern Raven
7. Common Chaffinch
8. European Robin
9. Dunnock
10. Eurasian Wren
11. Common Buzzard
12. Common Pheasant
13. Eurasian Jay
14. European Greenfinch
15. Carrion Crow
16. Mistle Thrush
17. Rook
18. Fieldfare
19. Eurasian Magpie
20. Stock Dove
21. Western Jackdaw
22. Common Linnet
23. Song Thrush
24. Long-tailed Tit
25. Goldcrest
26. European Goldfinch
27. Eurasian Siskin
28. White Wagtail
29. Eurasian Collared Dove
30. Black-headed Gull
31. Lesser Black-backed Gull
32. House Sparrow
33. Grey Heron
34. Mallard
35. Mute Swan
36. Greylag Goose
37. Tufted Duck
38. Great Cormorant
39. Common Kingfisher
40. Great Crested Grebe
41. Eurasian Coot
42. Northern Lapwing
43. Eurasian Bullfinch
44. Great Northern Diver
45. Canada Goose
46. Redwing
47. Meadow Pipit
48. Eurasian Skylark
49. Eurasian Sparrowhawk
50. Eurasian Nuthatch
51. Common Snipe
52. Eurasian Teal
53. Common Kestrel
54. Water Rail
55. Jack Snipe
56. Common Moorhen
57. Grey Wagtail
58. Marsh Tit
59. Eurasian Treecreeper
60. Rock Dove
61. European Herring Gull
62. Goosander
63. Little Egret
64. Whooper Swan
65. Common Shelduck
66. Northern Shoveler
67. Yellowhammer
68. Common Reed Bunting
69. Little Grebe
 

Nightjar61

David Daniels
United States
A light drizzle which became a downpour by early afternoon put an early end to birding today. (On January 1 I usually bird all day, right up until dark). Despite the weather, I did manage to see 32 species.

‘01. Black-capped Chickadee
‘02. American Goldfinch
‘03. Song Sparrow
‘04. Dark-eyed Junco
‘05. White-throated Sparrow
‘06. Northern Cardinal
‘07. Tufted Titmouse
‘08. Downy Woodpecker
‘09. White-breasted Nuthatch
10. House Finch
11. Cooper’s Hawk
12. American Crow
13. Mourning Dove
14. Red-bellied Woodpecker
15. Blue Jay
16. European Starling
17. Canada Goose
18. Eastern Bluebird
19. American Pipit
20. Pileated Woodpecker
21. Hairy Woodpecker
22. Golden-crowned Kinglet
23. Winter Wren
24. Hermit Thrush
25. Rock Pigeon
26. Hooded Merganser
27. Mallard
28. Red-tailed Hawk
29. Sharp-shinned Hawk
30. Common Raven
31. Red-shouldered Hawk
32. House Sparrow

Dave
 

AlexC

Aves en Los Ángeles y CT
Opus Editor
Supporter
Got going a bit late after evening home festivities, but was able to get out on a nice 2 hour hike in the late afternoon for my first 30 in Santa Paula:
1. American Crow
2. House Finch
3. White-throated Swift
4. House Sparrow
5. Yellow-rumped Warbler
6. Turkey Vulture
7. Western Gull
8. Band-tailed Pigeon
9. Common Raven
10. Rock Pigeon
11. Ruby-crowned Kinglet
12. Eurasian Collared-Dove
13. California Scrub-Jay
14. Acorn Woodpecker
15. Northern Flicker
16. Oak Titmouse
17. Lesser Goldfinch
18. Anna’s Hummingbird
19. American Robin
20. Red-tailed Hawk
21. Black Phoebe
22. Hairy Woodpecker
23. Golden-crowned Sparrow
24. Say’s Phoebe
25. White-breasted Nuthatch
26. Wrentit
27. California Towhee
28. Merlin
29. Spotted Towhee
30. Dark-eyed Junco
 

Nightjar61

David Daniels
United States
Only four new birds today. Birding has been very slow over the past month or so.

33. Ring-necked Duck
34. Red-breasted Nuthatch
35. Gadwall
36. Carolina Wren

Dave
 

Jacana

Will Jones
Hungary
Another productive day around Shropshire today

70. Common Gull
71. Common Goldeneye
72. Eurasian Wigeon
73 Greater Scaup
74. Mandarin Duck
75. Common Starling
76. European Stonechat
77. Lesser Redpoll
78. Northern Pintail
79. Pink-footed Goose
80. Red-legged Partridge
81. Common Pochard
82. Caspian Gull
83. Gadwall
84. Egyptian Goose
85. Greater White-fronted Goose
 

AlexC

Aves en Los Ángeles y CT
Opus Editor
Supporter
January 2nd helping with the Ventura Christmas Bird Count:
31. Mourning Dove
32. Western Bluebird
33. European Starling
34. White-crowned Sparrow
35. California Quail
36. Bewick’s Wren
37. Cassin’s Kingbird
38. Cooper’s Hawk
39. California Thrasher
40. Song Sparrow
41. Allen’s Hummingbird
42. Downy Woodpecker
43. Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
44. Bushtit
45. Hermit Thrush
46. Orange-crowned Warbler
47. Rufous-crowned Sparrow
48. Nuttall’s Woodpecker
49. Painted Redstart (local rarity)
50. American Pipit
51. Red-shouldered Hawk
52. Townsend’s Warbler
53. House Wren
54. Red-winged Blackbird
55. Black-bellied Plover
56. Northern Mockingbird
57. Common Yellowthroat
58. Double-crested Cormorant
59. Brown Pelican
60. Marbled Godwit
61. Black Turnstone
 

Andy Hurley

All nations have the right to govern themselves
Opus Editor
Supporter
Scotland
1-3 Jan all around Paderborn area:

1 Carrion Crow
2 European Blue Tit
3 Great Tit
4 House Sparrow
5 Rook
6 Great Cormorant
7 Mute Swan
8 European Robin
9 Common Blackbird
10 Greylag Goose
11 Common Woodpigeon
12 Goldcrest
13 Eurasian Nuthatch
14 Eurasian Treecreeper
15 Great spotted Woodpecker
16 Eurasian Wren
17 Marsh Tit
18 Common Chaffinch
19 Great crested Grebe
20 Grey Heron
21 Mallard
22 Common Kestrel
23 Canada Goose
24 Eurasian Coot
25 Tufted Duck
26 Great Egret
27 Gadwall
28 Common Pochard
29 Eurasian Teal
30 Red throated Loon
31 European Herring Gull
32 Black headed Gull
 
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AlexC

Aves en Los Ángeles y CT
Opus Editor
Supporter
January 3rd helping with the Los Angeles Christmas Bird Count:
62. Osprey
63. American Wigeon
64. Mallard
65. American Coot
66. Blue-winged Teal
67. Lesser Scaup
68. Bufflehead
69. Ruddy Duck
70. Pied-billed Grebe
71. Killdeer
72. California Gull
73. Ring-billed Gull
74. Surf Scoter
75. White-winged Scoter
76. Willet
77. Sanderling
78. Surfbird
79. Eared Grebe
80. Great Egret
81. Caspian Tern
82. Black Skimmer
83. Glaucous-winged Gull
84. Brandt’s Cormorant
85. Black Oystercatcher
86. Heermann's Gull
87. Royal Tern
88. Common Loon
89. Western Grebe
90. Least Sandpiper
91. Brewer’s Blackbird
92. White-tailed Kite
93. Gadwall
94. Great Blue Heron
95. Bonaparte’s Gull
96. Northern Harrier
97. Snowy Egret
98. American Kestrel
99. Canada Goose
100. Northern Shoveler
101. Green-winged Teal
102. Cinnamon Teal
103. American White Pelican
104. Cedar Waxwing
105. Virginia Rail
106. Sora
107. Lincoln’s Sparrow
 

lgonz1008

Well-known member
As of January 4, 2021:
(Walk around my neighborhood)
1. Egyptian Goose
2. Muscovy Duck
3. Pied-billed Grebe
4. Rock Pigeon
5. Eurasian Collared-Dove
6. Mourning Dove
7. American Coot
8. Ring-billed Gull
9. Anhinga
10. Double-crested Cormorant
11. Great Egret
12. Little Blue Heron
13. White Ibis
14. Black Vulture
15. Turkey Vulture
16. Osprey
17. American Kestrel
18. Monk Parakeet
19. Loggerhead Shrike
20. Blue Jay
21. Fish Crow
22. Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
23. European Starling
24. Northern Mockingbird
25. House Sparrow
26. Common Grackle
27. Boat-tailed Grackle
28. Palm Warbler
29. Yellow-throated Warbler
30. Prairie Warbler

(Coot Bay CBC)
31. Blue-winged Teal
32. Ruddy Duck
33. White-crowned Pigeon
34. Sandhill Crane
35. Spotted Sandpiper
36. Laughing Gull
37. Wood Stork
38. American White Pelican
39. Brown Pelican
40. Great Blue Heron
41. Snowy Egret
42. Tricolored Heron
43. Green Heron
44. Roseate Spoonbill
45. Bald Eagle
46. Red-shouldered Hawk
47. Broad-winged Hawk
48. Eastern Screech-Owl
49. Barred Owl
50. Belted Kingfisher
51. Red-bellied Woodpecker
52. Downy Woodpecker
53. Pileated Woodpecker
54. Eastern Phoebe
55. Great Crested Flycatcher
56. White-eyed Vireo
57. American Crow
58. Northern Rough-winged Swallow
59. Tree Swallow
60. House Wren
61. Carolina Wren
62. Gray Catbird
63. Red-winged Blackbird
64. Brown-headed Cowbird
65. Ovenbird
66. Northern Waterthrush
67. Common Yellowthroat
68. Yellow-rumped Warbler
69. Northern Cardinal
70. Indigo Bunting
71. Painted Bunting
 

Nightjar61

David Daniels
United States
Probably my slowest start to a new year ever. A short walk after worked produced one new bird.

37. Myrtle Warbler

Then in my yard later in the afternoon:

38. Wild Turkey

Dave
 

lgonz1008

Well-known member
(Coastal Homestead, South Miami and West Kendall)
72. King Rail
73. Common Gallinule
74. Greater Yellowlegs
75. Cattle Egret
76. Glossy Ibis
77. Merlin
78. Killdeer
79. Least Sandpiper
80. Herring Gull
81. Northern Flicker
82. Peregrine Falcon
83. Blue-headed Vireo
84. Eastern Meadowlark
85. Black-and-white Warbler
86. American Redstart
87. Northern Parula
88. Red-breasted Merganser
89. Lesser Black-backed gull
90. Royal Tern
91. Yellow-crowned Night-Heron
92. Chestnut-fronted Macaw
93. Ring-necked Duck
 

Nightjar61

David Daniels
United States
Finally had a decent day, with nine new species.

43. Common Merganser
44. Bald Eagle
45. Great Blue Heron
46. Belted Kingfisher
47. Ruddy Duck
48. Bufflehead
49. American Black Duck
50. Killdeer
51. Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

Dave
 

AlexC

Aves en Los Ángeles y CT
Opus Editor
Supporter
Weekend of hikes, starting with an evening neighborhood owl visitor:
108. Great Horned Owl
109. Long-billed Curlew
110. Northern Pintail
111. Peregrine Falcon
112. Fox Sparrow
113. Loggerhead Shrike
 

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