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my 2010 year list. (1 Viewer)

canadagurl123

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Yhis will be my 2010 year list. I doubt I'll get as good a year list as last years. I am expecting to go to Montreal and the east coast in the spring or the fall so that might help and there is a chance I might take a vacation to the caribbean or Mexico. Here's the list:
1. Snow Goose
2. cackling Goose
3. Canada Goose
4. Trumpeter Swan
5. Wood Duck
6. American Wigeon
7. Mallard
8.Northern Shoveler
9. Ring-necked Duck
10. Common Goldeneye
11. Bufflehead
12. Common Merganser
13. Hooded Merganser
14. sooty Grouse
15. Pied-billed Grebe
16. Double-crested Cormorant
17. Great Blue Heron
18. Bald Eagle
19. Red-tailed Hawk
20. Merlin
21. American Coot
22. Virginia Rail
23. Killdeer
24. Mew Gull
25. Glaucous-winged Gull
26. Thayer's Gull
27. Rock Pigeon
28. Barred Owl
29. Northern Pygmy Owl
30. Anna's Hummingbird
31. Downy Woodpecker
32. Hairy Woodpecker
33. Northern Flicker
34. Northwestern Crow
35. common Raven
36. chestnut-backed Chickadee
37. red-breasted Nuthatch
38. brown creeper
39. Winter Wren
40. Bewick's Wren
41. Marsh Wren
42. Golden-crowned Kinglet
43. Ruby-Crowned Kinglet
44. American Robin
45. Varied thrush
46. Cedar Waxwing
47. European Starling
48. Yellow-rumped Warbler
49. Spotted Towhee
50. Fox Sparrow
51. Song Sparrow
52. vesper Sparrow
53. White-crowned Sparrow
54. Golden-crowned Sparrow
55. Dark-eyed Junco
56. Red-winged Blackbird
57. Brewer's Blackbird
58. Rusty Blackbird
59. Red Crossbill
60. House Finch
61. Purple Finch
62. American Goldfinch
63. Pine Siskin
64. House Sparrow
 

canadagurl123

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68. Northern Pintail
69. Green-winged Teal
70. Barrow's Goldeneye
71.Red-breasted Merganser
72. horned Grebe
73. Eared Grebe
74. Western Grebe
75. Pelagic Cormorant
76. Brandt's Cormorant
77. Turkey Vulture
78. Long-billed Curlew
79. American Kestrel
80. Spotted Sandpiper
81. Black turnstone
82. Western Gull
83. Nashville Warbler
84. White-throated Sparrow
85. Lapland Longspur
86. Surf Scoter
87. Northern Shrike
 
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canadagurl123

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92. Greater White fronted Goose
93. Greater Scaup
94. Lesser Scaup
95. Green-winged Teal
96. Common Loon
97. Pacific Loon
98. Red-throated Loon
99. Black crowned Night Heron
100. sharp-shinned hawk
101. Northern Harrier
102. Rough legged Hawk
103. Gyrfalcon
104. sandhill crane
105. Wilson's Snipe
106. Long-billed Dowitcher
107. Ring-billed Gull
108. herring Gull
109. Mourning Dove
110. Barn Owl
111. Great Horned Owl
112. Short-eared Owl
113, Hutton"s vireo
114. Black-capped chickadee
115. bohemian waxwing
116 Western Kingbird
117. Western Scrub Jay!!!(Been in someone's yard for 6 months
trip to vancouver which ended with a nasty cold but I got to see an awesome Canucks hockey game and some rare birds.
 
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canadagurl123

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119. Northern Goshawk
120 Northern Saw whet Owl
121. Barn Swallow
122. Tree Swallow
123. Lincoln's Sparrow
124. Orange-crowned Warbler
Warm weather helps bring in some early migrants. Good start to the year I think.
 

canadagurl123

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125. Eurasian Skylark
Only one of three spots in all of N.A. you can see them. Isaw them in some farmland north of Victoria on the Saanich Penninsula.
 

canadagurl123

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130. White-winged Scoter
131. Black Scoter
132. Glaucous Gull
133. Bonaparte's Gull
134. Golden Eagle
135. Black-bellied Plover
136. Greater Yellowlegs
137. Sanderling
138. Black Oystercatcher
139. Black Turnstone
Birds seen in PArksville/ Qualicum during the herring spawn over 100 species in one day including over 30,000 scoters, 2,000 Long tailed Ducks, hundreds of scaup and goldeneye harlequin duck and several dozen grebe of 3 species in one stretch of beach.
 
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canadagurl123

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141. Red-breasted Sapsucker
142. Gray Jay
143. Pileated Woodpecker
144. American Bittern
145. Pileated Woodpecker
146. Ruffed Grouse
147. Violet green Swallow
148, Tree Swallow
Mountain birdng (1000m above sea level) and a trip to Swan Lake.
 

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149. Laysan ALbatross
150. Band-rumped storm-petrel
151. Wedge-tailed Shearwater
152. Christmas Shearwater
153. Bulwer's Petrel
154. White-tailed Tropicbird
155. Masked Booby
156. Red-footed Booby
157. Great Frigatebird
158. Sooty Tern
159. Gray backed Tern
160. Brown Noddy
161. Black Noddy
162.Fairy Tern
163.Hawaiian Coot
164. Common moorhen
165. Hawaiian stilt(Black neck)
166. Bristle thighed Curlew
167. Pacific Golden Plover
168. Ruddy Turnstone
169. Wandering Tattler
170. Gray Francolin
171. Erckel's Francolin
172. common Peafowl
173. Apapane
174. Amakihi
175. White-rumped shama
176. Japanese Bush-Warbler
177, Red-billed Leiothrix
178. cattle Egret
179. Ring-necked Parakeet
180. Japanese White-eye
181. Spotted Dove
182.Zebra Dove
183. Red-vented Bulbul
184. Red-whiskered Bulbul
185. Common Myna
186. Northern Mockingbird
187. Northern Cardinal
188. Red-crested Cardinal
189. Yellow-fronted Canary
190. Red Avadavat
191. Common Waxbill
192. Lavender Waxbill
193. Java Sparrow
194. Chestnut Munia
195. Nutmeg Mannikin
Trip to Hawaii for a week
 
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