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How's your 2022 list going? (1 Viewer)


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209. Turtle Dove
210. W Black-eared Wheatear
211. Spotted Flycatcher
212. Red-necked Nightjar
213. Ortolan Bunting
214. Common Whitethroat
215. W Orphean Warbler


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Great day around Alcazar de San Juan, including two lifers:

216. Gull-billed Tern
217. Greater Flamingo
218. Marbled Duck
219. Black Tern
220. Little Stint
221. Kentish Plover
222. Grey Plover
223. Pin-tailed Sandgrouse


United States
House Wren
Black-and-white Warbler
Warbling Vireo
Carolina Chickadee
Gray Catbird
Yellow Warbler
Solitary Sandpiper
Sedge Wren
Grasshopper Sparrow
Common Yellowthroat


Dutch in Spain
Work, poor weather and being tied up in the final stages of the total rebuild of the house I bought last year, means very little birding lately but still a few new ones for the Year list:

83. Purple Heron
84. European Bee-eater
85. Little Bittern
86. Wood Sandpiper
87. Common Pochard (L)

Jon Turner

Well-known member
Added 13 since my last report: Little Ringed Plover, Redstart, Tree Pipit, Garden Warbler, Pied Flycatcher, Lesser Whitethroat. Little Owl, Goshawk, Yellow Wagtail, Swift, Grasshopper Warbler, Cuckoo, Whinchat so now 179.


David Daniels
United States
Heavy rain made birding difficult, but I managed three new birds this morning. (It always seems to rain on my day off.)

155. Cape May Warbler
156. Henslow's Sparrow
157. Yellow-breasted Chat



Aves en Los Ángeles
Opus Editor
Bigger update here covering the last month or so:

Walking around DTLA in early April:
155. Vaux’s Swift

Migrant arrival / yard bird in early April:
156. Hooded Oriole

SoCal Big Day effort on 4/23 - yielding 142 species for a 24-hr period across 5 counties, starting in LA and ending at the Salton Sea, 175 on the weekend in total. We're lightyears from the current record holders of 237 - but I think with some more careful planning, scouting, and hitting the right migration weekend, we could edge closer to the next tier between 150-200 in a day:
157. Common Poorwill
158. Horned Lark
159. Hooded Merganser
160. Yellow-headed Blackbird
161. Bank Swallow
162. Western Sandpiper
163. Wilson’s Warbler
164. Hammond’s Flycatcher
165. Black-throated Gray Warbler
166. Cassin’s Vireo
167. Yellow Warbler
168. White-headed Woodpecker
169. Purple Finch
170. Pygmy Nuthatch
171. Hermit Warbler
172. Whimbrel
173. Caspian Tern
174. Pelagic Cormorant
175. Western Grebe
176. Wandering Tattler
177. White-faced Ibis
178. Forster’s Tern
179. Least Tern
180. Horned Grebe
181. Elegant Tern
182. Short-billed Dowitcher
183. Ruddy Turnstone
184. Long-billed Curlew
185. Semipalmated Plover
186. Western Kingbird
187. Loggerhead Shrike
188. Wood Duck
189. Bullock’s Oriole
190. Blue-winged Teal
191. American Avocet
192. Northern Harrier
193. Lesser Nighthawk
194. Verdin
195. Gray Flycatcher
196. Gambel’s Quail
197. Ladder-backed Woodpecker
198. White-winged Dove

And the day-after Big Day, stops along the way home / birds we should have gotten on the Big Day, continuing the weekend:
199. Common Ground Dove
200. Inca Dove
201. Abert’s Towhee
202. Nashville Warbler
203. Pacific-slope Flycatcher
204. Cattle Egret
205. Warbling Vireo
206. Gila Woodpecker (CA state lifer)
207. Black-tailed Gnatcatcher
208. Western Tanager
209. Black-headed Grosbeak
210. Lazuli Bunting
211. Ash-throated Flycatcher
212. Greater Roadrunner
213. Gull-billed Tern (CA state lifer)
214. Black Skimmer
215. Green-winged Teal
216. White-tailed Kite
217. Brewer’s Sparrow
218. Bell’s Vireo
219. Black-chinned Hummingbird
220. Yellow-breasted Chat (CA state lifer)


David Daniels
United States
Six new birds this morning, so I'm now up to 163.

158. Warbling Vireo
159. American Redstart
160. Veery
161. Least Flycatcher
162. Wilson's Warbler
163. Canada Warbler



David Daniels
United States
Six new birds this morning. The first two were in my yard.

164. Bay-breasted Warbler
165. Black-throated Blue Warbler
166. Nashville Warbler
167. Rose-breasted Grosbeak
168. Eastern Wood Pewee
169. Blackburnian Warbler



United States
140 Caspian Tern

141 Osprey

142 Least Flycatcher

143 White-crowned Sparrow

144 Palm Warbler

145 Great Crested Flycatcher

146 Orange-crowned Warbler

147 Rose-breasted Grosbeak

148 Baltimore Oriole

149 Orchard Oriole

150 Nashville Warbler

151 Swainson's Thrush

152 Red-headed Woodpecker

153 Red-eyed Vireo

154 Northern Waterthrush

155 American Redstart

156 Indigo Bunting

157 Willow Flycatcher

158 Northern Parula

159 Broad-winged Hawk

160 Ruby-crowned Kinglet

161 Blackpoll Warbler

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