Trip Reports 2010 July - September

Stevens Pass – Tuesday, July 6, 2010

The sighting of the day was seeing the Golden Eagle.  We also spotted 6 different species of warblers.  Gray jays in the Mountains were a treat.

Margaret, Virginia, Phil, Art, Rick, Tom, Joannie, John
39 Species Id'd(Approx. Qty)
 
CHECKLIST 
Herons, Egrets and Bitterns: Great Blue Heron(1)
Hawks, Eagles and Kites: Red-tailed Hawk(1), Golden Eagle(1)
Swifts: Vaux's(2)
Hummingbirds: Rufous(1)
Woodpeckers: Red-breasted Sapsucker(1), Northern Flicker(1)
Tyrant Flycatchers: Olive-sided Flycatcher(1), Western Wood-Pewee(2), Willow Flycatcher(2)
Swallows: Violet-green Swallow(3)
Kinglets: Golden-crowned(2)
Wrens: Winter(2)
Thrushes: Swainson's Thrush(3), Hermit Thrush(2), American Robin(1)
Chickadees and Tits: Black-capped(1), Chestnut-backed(12)
Nuthatches: Red-breasted(5)
Crows and Jays: Gray Jay(3), Steller's Jay(6), American Crow(1),Common Raven(4)
Vireos and Allies: Warbling(8)
Wood Warblers: Orange-crowned(2), Yellow(8), Yellow-rumped(3), Townsend's(2), MacGillivray's(8), Wilson's(5)
Tanagers and Allies: Western Tanager(1)
Sparrows, Towhees, Juncos: Chipping Sparrow(2), Fox Sparrow(5), Song Sparrow(2), White-crowned Sparrow(3), Dark-eyed Junco(3)
Saltators, Cardinals and Allies: Black-headed Grosbeak(1)
Finches, Siskins, Crossbills: Pine Siskin(6), Evening Grosbeak(5)

Snohomish Valley – Tuesday, July 13, 2010
 
The surprise of the day was seeing a Zebra in with a field of horses.  Joe even took a photo so the sighting is documented.  Good bird sightings included seeing over 25 Common Yellowthroats and 17 Marsh Wrens.  Five wood ducks were also sited.
 
Art, Bill, Virginia, Joe and Merilee
43 Species I’d(Approx. Qty.)
 
CHECKLIST 
Herons, Egrets and Bitterns: Great Blue Heron(6)
Ducks, Geese and Swans: Canada Goose(11), Wood Duck(5), Mallard(30), Cinnamon Teal(1), Common Merganser(3)
New World Vultures: Turkey Vulture(4)
Osprey: Osprey(2)
Hawks, Eagles and Kites: Red-tailed Hawk(5)
Gulls: Glaucous-winged(3)
Pigeons and Doves: Rock Dove(2), Mourning Dove(2)
Swifts: Vaux's(1)
Hummingbirds: Rufous(1)
Kingfishers: Belted Kingfisher(2)
Woodpeckers: Downy Woodpecker(2), Northern Flicker(3)
Tyrant Flycatchers: Western Wood-Pewee(2), Willow Flycatcher(1)
Swallows: Tree Swallow(2), Violet-green Swallow(7), Northern Rough-winged Swallow(1), Barn Swallow(7)
Waxwings: Cedar(11)
Wrens: Bewick's(2), Marsh(17)
Thrushes: Swainson's Thrush(8), American Robin(3)
Long-tailed Tits: Bushtit(17)
Chickadees and Tits: Black-capped(8)
Nuthatches: Red-breasted(1)
Crows and Jays: Steller's Jay(4), American Crow(9)
Starlings: European Starling(25)
Wood Warblers: Common Yellowthroat(28)
Sparrows, Towhees, Juncos: Spotted Towhee(1), Song Sparrow(2)
Saltators, Cardinals and Allies: Black-headed Grosbeak(2)
Blackbirds, Orioles, Grackles, etc.: Brown-headed Cowbird(1), Bullock's Oriole(1)
Finches, Siskins, Crossbills: House Finch(3), American Goldfinch(9)
Old World Sparrows:  House(8)

Stillaquamish and Sauk River – Tuesday July 20, 2010
 
The numbers of species that we see in the summer is usually diminished, but we noted that today the quality of species was great.  Good sightings included two Eastern Kingbirds on a Loop road.  We had dippers, Spotted sandpipers and Black-throated gray warblers at our Lunch stop at Squire Creek. At Fortson Ponds some of us got a quick view of a Virginia rail running, so it would not sink on top of the lily pads.
 
Wilma, Virginia, Joannie, Rick, Art, Merilee, John, Phil, John 2, Tom and Anne
47 Species Id’d(Approx. Qty.)
 
CHECKLIST 
Herons, Egrets and Bitterns: Great Blue Heron(3)
Ducks, Geese and Swans: Wood Duck(7), Mallard(1), Common Merganser with babies(8)
New World Vultures: Turkey Vulture(1)
Hawks, Eagles and Kites: Bald Eagle(3), Cooper's Hawk(1), Red-tailed Hawk(1)
Rails, Gallinules and Coots: Virginia Rail(1)
Sandpipers: Spotted Sandpiper(1)
Pigeons and Doves: Mourning Dove(1)
Hummingbirds: Rufous(1)
Kingfishers: Belted Kingfisher(2)
Woodpeckers: Red-breasted Sapsucker(1), Downy Woodpecker(1), Northern Flicker(1)
Tyrant Flycatchers: Western Wood-Pewee(2), Willow Flycatcher(2), Eastern Kingbird(2)
Swallows: Tree Swallow(1), Violet-green Swallow(11), Barn Swallow(3)
Waxwings: Cedar(15)
Dippers: American Dipper(2)
Wrens: Bewick's(1), Winter(2)
Thrushes: Swainson's Thrush(15), American Robin(4)
Chickadees and Tits: Chestnut-backed(2)
Nuthatches: Red-breasted(3)
Crows and Jays: Steller's Jay(1), American Crow(10),Common Raven(7)
Starlings: European Starling(2)
Wood Warblers: Black-throated Gray(3), Common Yellowthroat(1)
Tanagers and Allies: Western Tanager(3)
Sparrows, Towhees, Juncos: Spotted Towhee(3), Song Sparrow(8), Dark-eyed Junco(1)
Saltators, Cardinals and Allies: Black-headed Grosbeak(10)
Blackbirds, Orioles, Grackles, etc.: Red-winged Blackbird(1)
Finches, Siskins, Crossbills: Purple Finch(4), House Finch(1), Pine Siskin(3), American Goldfinch(8), Evening Grosbeak(1)
Old World Sparrows: House Sparrow(2)

Mount Baker – Tuesday, July 27, 2010
 
Virginia, Margaret, Kathleen, Art, Rick, Joe, Tom, Joannie, Amy, John D., Phil, Barry and Jack
31 Species I’d (Approx. Qty.)
 
CHECKLIST 
New World Vultures: Turkey Vulture(2)
Hawks, Eagles and Kites: Bald Eagle(1), Red-tailed Hawk(1)
Plovers and Lapwings: Killdeer(1)
Swifts: Vaux's(9)
Hummingbirds: Rufous(1)
Woodpeckers: Northern Flicker(3)
Tyrant Flycatchers: Western Wood-Pewee(2), Willow Flycatcher(2)
Swallows: Violet-green Swallow(1), Barn Swallow(1)
Kinglets: Golden-crowned(1)
Waxwings: Cedar(12)
Wrens: Bewick's(3), Winter(3)
Thrushes: Swainson's Thrush(3), Hermit Thrush(1), American Robin(8)
Chickadees and Tits: Chestnut-backed(3)
Crows and Jays: Gray Jay(5), Steller's Jay(2), American Crow(1),Common Raven(2)
Starlings: European Starling(1)
Wood Warblers: Common Yellowthroat(2)
Sparrows, Towhees, Juncos: Spotted Towhee(1), Song Sparrow(3), White-crowned Sparrow(12), Dark-eyed Junco(5)
Saltators, Cardinals and Allies: Black-headed Grosbeak(1)
Finches, Siskins, Crossbills: American Goldfinch(5)

Anacortes – Tuesday August 3, 2010
 
Art, Virginia, Phil, Jack, Kathleen and John S.
44 Species I’d (Approx. Qty)
 
CHECKLIST 
Cormorants: Double-crested(21), Pelagic(10)
Herons, Egrets and Bitterns: Great Blue Heron(151)
Ducks, Geese and Swans: Canada Goose(31), Surf Scoter(500)
New World Vultures: Turkey Vulture(1)
Hawks, Eagles and Kites: Bald Eagle(8), Sharp-shinned Hawk(1), Red-tailed Hawk(6)
Oystercatcher: Black Oystercatcher(3)
Plovers and Lapwings: Killdeer(7)
Sandpipers: Least Sandpiper(3)
Gulls: Heermann's(1), Ring-billed(1), Glaucous-winged(35), Western(1), Thayer's(1), Bonaparte's(1)
Terns: Caspian Tern(10)
Auks, Murres and Puffins: Pigeon Guillemot(3), Marbled Murrelet(3), Rhinoceros Auklet(25)
Pigeons and Doves: Rock Dove(12), Mourning Dove(3)
Woodpeckers: Northern Flicker(1)
Tyrant Flycatchers: Olive-sided Flycatcher(1)
Swallows: Violet-green Swallow(4), Barn Swallow(20)
Waxwings: Cedar(4)
Wrens: Bewick's(3)
Thrushes: American Robin(6)
Chickadees and Tits: Black-capped(3), Chestnut-backed(5)
Nuthatches: Red-breasted(2)
Crows and Jays: American Crow(14),Common Raven(1)
Starlings: European Starling(5)
Sparrows, Towhees, Juncos: Spotted Towhee(2), Song Sparrow(2), White-crowned Sparrow(2)
Saltators, Cardinals and Allies: Black-headed Grosbeak(1)
Blackbirds, Orioles, Grackles, etc.: Brewer's Blackbird(6)
Finches, Siskins, Crossbills: House Finch(5), American Goldfinch(5)
Old World Sparrows: House Sparrow(3)

Chinook Pass – Tuesday, August 10, 2010
 
In addition to seeing birds, 4 mammals were also seen—a Pica, Chipmunk, Douglas Squirrel and Deer.
 
Art, Virginia, Phil, John, Alannah, Rick, Kathleen, John S. Jack
25 Species I’d (Approx. Qty)
 
CHECKLIST 
Herons, Egrets and Bitterns: Great Blue Heron(1)
Hawks, Eagles and Kites: Red-tailed Hawk(1)
Sandpipers: Spotted Sandpiper(2)
Pigeons and Doves: Rock Dove(1)
Swifts: Vaux's(3)
Hummingbirds: Rufous(1)
Woodpeckers: Red-breasted Sapsucker(3), Pileated Woodpecker(1)
Tyrant Flycatchers: Western Wood-Pewee(3)
Swallows: Barn Swallow(1)
Waxwings: Cedar(1)
Dippers: American Dipper(1)
Chickadees and Tits: Mountain(1)
Nuthatches: Red-breasted(2)
Crows and Jays: Gray Jay(1), Steller's Jay(3), American Crow(2),Common Raven(2)
Wood Warblers: Orange-crowned(1), Yellow(1), Yellow-rumped(3), Townsend's(1), Wilson's(1)
Sparrows, Towhees, Juncos:  Dark-eyed Junco(26) 
Finches, Siskins, Crossbills: Evening Grosbeak(1)

Snoqualmie River Valley, Monroe to Carnation – Tuesday August 17, 2010

 Highlights of the day included seeing several Wood ducks in different areas and also the shorebirds at the prison farm.  We did get to see one Anna’s hummingbird.

Art, Ed, Wilma, Virginia, John D. and Rick

CHECKLIST
Herons, Egrets and Bitterns: Great Blue Heron(2)
Ducks, Geese and Swans: Canada Goose(8), Wood Duck(10), Green-winged Teal(1), Mallard(53)
New World Vultures: Turkey Vulture(4)
Hawks, Eagles and Kites: Bald Eagle(1), Northern Harrier(2), Red-tailed Hawk(1)
Plovers and Lapwings: Killdeer(2)
Sandpipers: Greater Yellowlegs(6), Lesser Yellowlegs(1), Spotted Sandpiper(2), Dunlin(6)
Pigeons and Doves: Rock Dove(3)
Hummingbirds: Anna's(1)
Kingfishers: Belted Kingfisher(1)
Tyrant Flycatchers: Western Wood-Pewee(9), Willow Flycatcher(2)
Swallows: Violet-green Swallow(15), Cliff Swallow(8), Barn Swallow(33)
Waxwings: Cedar(9)
Wrens: Bewick's(2)
Thrushes: American Robin(3)
Chickadees and Tits: Black-capped(8)
Creepers: Brown Creeper(2)
Crows and Jays: Steller's Jay(3), American Crow(1),Common Raven(3)
Starlings: European Starling(123)
Wood Warblers: Yellow(3), Common Yellowthroat(12)
Sparrows, Towhees, Juncos: Song Sparrow(1)
Saltators, Cardinals and Allies: Black-headed Grosbeak(1)
Blackbirds, Orioles, Grackles, etc.: Red-winged Blackbird(5), Brewer's Blackbird(2), Brown-headed Cowbird(2)
Finches, Siskins, Crossbills: House Finch(1), American Goldfinch(3)
Old World Sparrows: House Sparrow(20)
 


Highway 20 from Rockport to Diablo Dam – Tuesday August 24, 2010

The weather was great and the scenery was also great, but birds species were limited.  We enjoyed going across the Dam and having Rick lead us on the trails in the learning center.  There were not many birds, but we now know that spring would be a good time to bird this area.  The surprise bird of the day was seeing the Yellow-headed Blackbirds at Steelhead Park

Virginia, Wilma, Rick, Jack, Phil, Joe, Art, Ed, Merilee, Jim, Ann and John

30 Species I’d (Approx. Qty)

CHECKLIST 

Herons, Egrets and Bitterns: Great Blue Heron(1)

New World Vultures: Turkey Vulture(1)

Osprey: Osprey(1)

Hawks, Eagles and Kites: Red-tailed Hawk(2)

Gulls: Glaucous-winged(1)

Pigeons and Doves: Rock Dove(1)

Swifts: Vaux's(2)

Kingfishers: Belted Kingfisher(2)

Woodpeckers: Downy Woodpecker(2), Northern Flicker(1)

Swallows: Violet-green Swallow(20), Cliff Swallow(1), Barn Swallow(2)

Waxwings: Cedar(3)

Thrushes: American Robin(2)

Chickadees and Tits: Black-capped(3), Chestnut-backed(1)

Nuthatches: Red-breasted(1)

Crows and Jays: Steller's Jay(6), American Crow(10),Common Raven(4)

Starlings: European Starling(4)

Vireos and Allies: Cassin's(1)

Sparrows, Towhees, Juncos: Song Sparrow(1), White-crowned Sparrow(2), Dark-eyed Junco(1) 

Saltators, Cardinals and Allies: Black-headed Grosbeak(1)

Blackbirds, Orioles, Grackles, etc.: Red-winged Blackbird(3), Yellow-headed Blackbird(2)

Finches, Siskins, Crossbills: House Finch(2)


 

Portage Creek and Arlington Area – Tuesday Aug 31, 2010

Who would believe it-on an August day it would turn out cold, windy and miserable for bird watching and we broke a record for the fewest birds spotted for the day at 23 species.  Maybe we did not try very hard to find birds as all of us were looking forward to the great lunch at Virginia’s house. 

Virginia, Art, Rick, Wilma, Rex, Susie, Sheila, Ed, Mike, Anne, Margaret, Kathleen, Merilee and Joe and Carolyn.

23 species Id’d (Approx. Qty)

CHECKLIST

Herons, Egrets and Bitterns: Great Blue Heron(1)
Ducks, Geese and Swans: Common Merganser(1)
Hawks, Eagles and Kites: Red-tailed Hawk(1)
Sandpipers: Lesser Yellowlegs(1)
Pigeons and Doves: Rock Dove(2), Band-tailed Pigeon(6), Mourning Dove(12)
Woodpeckers: Red-breasted Sapsucker(1), Hairy Woodpecker(1)
Swallows: Tree Swallow(100)

Thrushes: American Robin(1)
Chickadees and Tits: Black-capped(2), Chestnut-backed(1)
Crows and Jays: Steller's Jay(6), American Crow(53)
Starlings: European Starling(1)
Sparrows, Towhees, Juncos: Spotted Towhee(2), White-crowned Sparrow(3), Dark-eyed Junco(2)
Saltators, Cardinals and Allies: Black-headed Grosbeak(1)
Blackbirds, Orioles, Grackles, etc.: Red-winged Blackbird(40)

Finches, Siskins, Crossbills: American Goldfinch(15)
Old World Sparrows: House Sparrow(10)


 

Camano Island – Tuesday September 7, 2010

Ed, Virginia, Margaret, Rex and Jack

54 Species Id’d(approx. Qty)

CHECKLIST 

Loons: Common(4)

Grebes: Red-necked(5), Horned(3), Western(20)

Cormorants: Double-crested(10)

Herons, Egrets and Bitterns: Great Blue Heron(150)

Ducks, Geese and Swans: Green-winged Teal(12), Mallard(102)

Osprey: Osprey(1)

Hawks, Eagles and Kites: Bald Eagle(1), Red-tailed Hawk(1)

Rails, Gallinules and Coots: American Coot(1)

Plovers and Lapwings: Killdeer(1)

Gulls: Ring-billed(50), Glaucous-winged(22)

Terns: Caspian Tern(54)

Auks, Murres and Puffins: Pigeon Guillemot(115)

Pigeons and Doves: Rock Dove(12), Mourning Dove(12)

Hummingbirds: Anna's(1)

Kingfishers: Belted Kingfisher(3)

Woodpeckers: Downy Woodpecker(1), Northern Flicker(4)

Tyrant Flycatchers: Western Wood-Pewee(1)

Swallows: Purple Martin(6), Violet-green Swallow(2), Barn Swallow(9)

Kinglets: Ruby-crowned(1)

Waxwings: Cedar(15) 

Wrens: Bewick's(2), Marsh(1)

Thrushes: American Robin(21)

Chickadees and Tits: Black-capped(3), Chestnut-backed(6)

Nuthatches: Red-breasted(5)

Creepers: Brown Creeper(1)

Crows and Jays: Steller's Jay(4) American Crow(16)

Starlings: European Starling(12)

Vireos and Allies: Warbling(1)

Wood Warblers: Orange-crowned(2), Yellow-rumped(2), Common Yellowthroat(1)

Sparrows, Towhees, Juncos: Spotted Towhee(3), Savannah Sparrow(3), Song Sparrow(5), White-crowned Sparrow(20), Dark-eyed Junco(13)

Blackbirds, Orioles, Grackles, etc.: Red-winged Blackbird(3), Brewer's Blackbird(10)

Finches, Siskins, Crossbills: House Finch(30), American Goldfinch(5), Evening Grosbeak(1)

Old World Sparrows: House Sparrow(32)

 

 

Point Roberts/Boundary Bay – Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Virginia, Art, Rick, Kathleen, Rex, Ed, Jack, Anne, Margaret, Sheila, Joe, Merilee and John

55 Species Id’d(Approx. Qty.)

CHECKLIST 

Loons: Common(166)

Grebes: Horned(3)

Cormorants: Double-crested(2), Pelagic(20)

Herons, Egrets and Bitterns: Great Blue Heron(7)

Ducks, Geese and Swans: Canada Goose(15), American Wigeon(6), Mallard(1010), Harlequin Duck(5), Black Scoter(2), Surf Scoter(1), White-winged Scoter(2)

Hawks, Eagles and Kites: Bald Eagle(2), Northern Harrier(2), Cooper's Hawk(1), Red-tailed Hawk(2)

Falcons: American Kestrel(1)

Plovers and Lapwings: Semipalmated Plover(2), Killdeer(4)

Sandpipers: Long-billed Dowitcher(2), Greater Yellowlegs(1), Black Turnstone(20)

Gulls: Mew(3), Ring-billed(174), California(3), Bonaparte's(20)

Terns: Caspian Tern(5)

Pigeons and Doves: Rock Dove(3)

Kingfishers: Belted Kingfisher(1)

Woodpeckers: Downy Woodpecker(1), Northern Flicker(4)

Swallows: Barn Swallow(16)

Kinglets: Golden-crowned(14), Ruby-crowned(2)

Waxwings: Cedar(6)

Wrens: Bewick's(2)

Thrushes: American Robin(14)

Chickadees and Tits: Black-capped(12), Chestnut-backed(3)

Nuthatches: Red-breasted(1)

Crows and Jays: American Crow(124) 

Starlings: European Starling(12)

Wood Warblers: Orange-crowned(2), Yellow-rumped(10), Common Yellowthroat(2)

Sparrows, Towhees, Juncos: Spotted Towhee(5), Savannah Sparrow(9), Song Sparrow(6), White-crowned Sparrow(10), Dark-eyed Junco(1)

Finches, Siskins, Crossbills: American Goldfinch(1), Evening Grosbeak(1)

Old World Sparrows: House Sparrow(15)


Samish Flats/Samish Island – Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Margaret, Virginia, Sheila, Kathleen, Art, Merilee, Joe, John, Rex, Rick, Ed, Bill and Jack

66 Species Id’d(Approx. Qty.)

CHECKLIST

Loons: Common(13)
Grebes: Pied-billed(1), Red-necked(2), Horned(2)
Cormorants: Double-crested(103)
Herons, Egrets and Bitterns: Great Blue Heron(200)
Ducks, Geese and Swans: Trumpeter Swan(6), Canada Goose(15), American Wigeon(2), Green-winged Teal(150), Mallard(550), Northern Shoveler(2),Surf Scoter(50)
New World Vultures: Turkey Vulture(2)
Hawks, Eagles and Kites: Northern Harrier(15), Cooper's Hawk(1), Red-tailed Hawk(10)
Falcons: Peregrine Falcon(2)
Cranes: Sandhill Crane(1)
Plovers and Lapwings: Killdeer(19)
Sandpipers: Long-billed Dowitcher(75), Greater Yellowlegs(4), Lesser Yellowlegs(2), Pectoral Sandpiper(6), Dunlin(2)

Gulls: Ring-billed(50), Glaucous-winged(100)
Terns: Caspian Tern(4)
Auks, Murres and Puffins: Pigeon Guillemot(1)
Pigeons and Doves: Rock Dove(30), Mourning Dove(1), Collard Dove(6)
Swifts: Vaux's(3)
Kingfishers: Belted Kingfisher(2)
Woodpeckers: Northern Flicker(1)

Swallows: Violet-green Swallow(215), Barn Swallow(32)
Kinglets: Golden-crowned(20), Ruby-crowned(1)
Waxwings: Cedar(2)
Wrens: Bewick's(1), Winter(1)
Thrushes: American Robin(6)
Chickadees and Tits: Black-capped(6), Chestnut-backed(13)
Nuthatches: Red-breasted(16)
Creepers: Brown Creeper(2)
Crows and Jays: Steller's Jay(2), American Crow(7),Common Raven(9)
Starlings: European Starling(600)
Wood Warblers: Orange-crowned(3), Black-throated Gray(1), Common Yellowthroat(2)

Sparrows, Towhees, Juncos: Spotted Towhee(6), Savannah Sparrow(320), Fox Sparrow(2), Song Sparrow(13), White-crowned Sparrow(131), Golden-crowned Sparrow(2), Dark-eyed Junco(8)

Blackbirds, Orioles, Grackles, etc.: Red-winged Blackbird(80), Brewer's Blackbird(100)
Finches, Siskins, Crossbills: House Finch(7), American Goldfinch(9)

Old World Sparrows: House Sparrow(48) 

 


South Whidbey – Tuesday September 28, 2010

At Fort Casey overlooking the sound, we had great views of Pipits moving along the shoreline.  Their coloring was spectacular so they were fun to see.  Lots of ducks were sighted during the day.  It is great to see them coming back even if their plumage is not totally back to winter plumage.  That just makes us birders have to work a little harder.  There were some Red Crossbills at Fort Casey State Park perched high in the trees.  They were hard to see, but we did get a scope on some and we recognized their call.  Sunlight beach had the Black-bellied Plovers and Western Sandpipers to see.  Dowitchers, Yellowlegs and Semipalmated plover were at Fort Casey wetlands.  We had three flocks of geese fly over that were not calling.  We thought these were Greater white Fronted geese, but only listed 4 that were a definite Id’d.  Rex took Photos and later did Id these as Greater white-fronted geese.

Virginia, Wilma, Margaret, Kathleen, John, Rex and Phil

78 Species Id’d(Approx. Qty.)

CHECKLIST

Loons: Pacific(2), Common(17)
Grebes: Pied-billed(1), Red-necked(15), Horned(2), Western(36)
Cormorants: Double-crested(12), Pelagic(8)
Herons, Egrets and Bitterns: Great Blue Heron(14)
Ducks, Geese and Swans: Greater White-fronted Goose(4), Canada Goose(170), American Wigeon(3), Gadwall(1), Green-winged Teal(180), Mallard(10), Northern Pintail(45), Northern Shoveler(4), Ring-necked Duck(6), Harlequin Duck(12), Surf Scoter(200), White-winged Scoter(12), Bufflehead(1), Red-breasted Merganser(15), Ruddy Duck(4)
Hawks, Eagles and Kites: Bald Eagle(1), Northern Harrier(1), Red-tailed Hawk(4)
New World Quail: California Quail(1)
Rails, Gallinules and Coots: American Coot(1)
Plovers and Lapwings: Black-bellied Plover(50), Semipalmated Plover(1), Killdeer(2)
Sandpipers: Long-billed Dowitcher(6), Greater Yellowlegs(2), Western Sandpiper(110)

Gulls: Heermann's(22), Mew(22), Ring-billed(32), California(16), Glaucous-winged(160), Bonaparte’s(12)
Terns: Caspian Tern(2)
Auks, Murres and Puffins: Common Murre(150), Pigeon Guillemot(5), Marbled Murrelet(10), Rhinoceros Auklet(3)
Pigeons and Doves: Rock Dove(30), Mourning Dove(1)
Kingfishers: Belted Kingfisher(5)
Woodpeckers: Northern Flicker(4)
Wagtails and Pipits: American Pipit(9)
Kinglets: Golden-crowned(50)
Wrens: Bewick's(7), Marsh(1)
Thrushes: American Robin(9)
Long-tailed Tits: Bushtit(20)
Chickadees and Tits: Black-capped(1), Chestnut-backed(30)
Nuthatches: Red-breasted(12)
Creepers: Brown Creeper(1)
Crows and Jays: Steller's Jay(2), American Crow(38),Common Raven(2)
Starlings: European Starling(10)
Wood Warblers: Orange-crowned(1)
Sparrows, Towhees, Juncos: Spotted Towhee(3), Savannah Sparrow(31), Song Sparrow(4), Lincoln's Sparrow(4), White-crowned Sparrow(2), Golden-crowned Sparrow(1), Dark-eyed Junco(10)
Blackbirds, Orioles, Grackles, etc.: Red-winged Blackbird(2), Brewer's Blackbird(20)
Finches, Siskins, Crossbills: House Finch(1), Red Crossbill(25), American Goldfinch(2), Evening Grosbeak(30)
Old World Sparrows: House Sparrow(7)