Trip Reports 2011 July through September

STEVEN'S PASS - Tuesday 7/5/11
Reg, Art, Virginia, Kathleen, John, Merilee, Joe, Margaret, Rex, Phil
32 species count
CHECKLIST
Swifts: Vaux's(2)
Hummingbirds: Anna's(2)
Woodpeckers: Red-breasted Sapsucker(1), Northern Flicker(2)
Tyrant Flycatchers: Olive-sided Flycatcher(2), Western Wood-Pewee(2), Willow Flycatcher(3), Pacific-slope Flycatcher(1)
Swallows: Violet-green Swallow(2)
Dippers: American Dipper(1)
Wrens: Pacific(2)
Thrushes: Swainson's Thrush(6), Hermit Thrush(2), American Robin(1)
Chickadees and Tits: Chestnut-backed(3)
Nuthatches: Red-breasted(1)
Crows and Jays: Gray Jay(5), Steller's Jay(1),American Crow(1),Common Raven(1)
Vireos and Allies: Warbling(1)
Wood Warblers: Yellow(2), Yellow-rumped(3), Black-throated Gray(1), Townsend's(2), MacGillivray's(5), Wilson's(3)
Tanagers and Allies: Western Tanager(3)
Sparrows, Towhees, Juncos: Lincoln's Sparrow(2), White-crowned Sparrow(5), Dark-eyed Junco(3),
Finches, Siskins, Crossbills: Cassin's Finch(1), American Goldfinch(1)


Snohomish – Tuesday July 12, 2011
We had a pleasant cloudy spring day in July and the birds appeared to be very happy that it was not raining as they were singing away. The birders were happy too. The highlight of the day was watching the Eastern Kingbird flying into its nest. We heard lots of Common Yellowthroats and what a game trying to find them! 
Virginia, Merilee, Joe, Carlos, Wilma, Art, Phil, John, Rex, Mike, Kathleen and Megan
51 Species ID’d(Approx. Qty.)
CHECKLIST
Grebes: Pied-billed(4)
Herons, Egrets and Bitterns: Great Blue Heron(1)
Ducks, Geese and Swans: Canada Goose(20), Wood Duck(1 + 8 babies), Mallard(18), Common Merganser(5)
New World Vultures: Turkey Vulture(4)
Osprey: Osprey(1)
Hawks, Eagles and Kites: Bald Eagle(5), Red-tailed Hawk(3)
Rails, Gallinules and Coots: American Coot(1)
Plovers and Lapwings: Killdeer(3)
Sandpipers: Spotted Sandpiper(2)
Pigeons and Doves: Rock Dove(4), Collard Dove(1)
Swifts: Vaux's(2)
Hummingbirds: Rufous(1)
Kingfishers: Belted Kingfisher(3)
Woodpeckers: Red-breasted Sapsucker(2)
Tyrant Flycatchers: Western Wood-Pewee(5), Willow Flycatcher(12), Eastern Kingbird(2)
Swallows: Tree Swallow(4), Violet-green Swallow(9), Northern Rough-winged Swallow(1), Cliff Swallow(10), Barn Swallow(9)
Waxwings: Cedar(6)
Wrens: Marsh(7)
Thrushes: Swainson's Thrush(11), American Robin(8)
Chickadees and Tits: Black-capped(8)
Crows and Jays: Steller's Jay(3), American Crow(12),Common Raven(13)
Starlings: European Starling(152)
Wood Warblers: Yellow(2), Yellow-rumped(1), Common Yellowthroat(23)
Sparrows, Towhees, Juncos: Spotted Towhee(2), Savannah Sparrow(10), Song Sparrow(13), White-crowned Sparrow(2)
Saltators, Cardinals and Allies: Black-headed Grosbeak(5), Lazuli Bunting(1)
Blackbirds, Orioles, Grackles, etc.: Red-winged Blackbird(2), Brown-headed Cowbird(1), Bullock's Oriole(2)
Finches, Siskins, Crossbills: House Finch(1), American Goldfinch(8)
Old World Sparrows: House Sparrow(14)


Arlington Area – Tuesday, July 19, 2011
The highlight of the day was the delicious lunch at Virginia’s. We birded her feeders during lunch adding many species. Lots of Common Yellowthroats were seen at Portage Creek. A Spotted Sandpiper with 2 babies was seen at the stream by Virginia’s home.
Virginia, Phil, Wilma, Jim, Ann, Merilee, Joe, Art, Carlos, Carol Ann, John, Alannah, Jack, Bill, Linda, Megan, Alan, Rex and Mike
47 Species ID’d(Approx.Qty.)
CHECKLIST
Herons, Egrets and Bitterns: Great Blue Heron(2)
Ducks, Geese and Swans: Mallard(13)
New World Vultures: Turkey Vulture(1)
Hawks, Eagles and Kites: Bald Eagle(2), Red-tailed Hawk(3)
Sandpipers: Spotted Sandpiper(1 /c two babies)
Pigeons and Doves: Rock Dove(2), Mourning Dove(4), Collared Dove(1)
Swifts: Vaux's(3)
Hummingbirds: Rufous(2)
Kingfishers: Belted Kingfisher(1)
Woodpeckers: Downy Woodpecker(2), Northern Flicker(2)
Tyrant Flycatchers: Western Wood-Pewee(8), Willow Flycatcher(3)
Swallows: Tree Swallow(2), Violet-green Swallow(16), Northern Rough-winged Swallow(4), Cliff Swallow(2), Barn Swallow(8)
Waxwings: Cedar(13)
Wrens: Bewick's(3), Marsh(4)
Thrushes: Swainson's Thrush(8), American Robin(8)
Chickadees and Tits: Black-capped(3)
Nuthatches: Red-breasted(1)
Crows and Jays: Steller's Jay(2), American Crow(5),Common Raven(3)
Starlings: European Starling(6)
Wood Warblers: Yellow(3), Common Yellowthroat(12), Wilson's(1)
Sparrows, Towhees, Juncos: Spotted Towhee(2), Song Sparrow(12), White-crowned Sparrow(2), Dark-eyed Junco(1)
Saltators, Cardinals and Allies: Black-headed Grosbeak(10)
Blackbirds, Orioles, Grackles, etc.: Red-winged Blackbird(10), Brown-headed Cowbird(20), Bullock's Oriole(2)
Finches, Siskins, Crossbills: Purple Finch(2), House Finch(1), American Goldfinch(5)
Old World Sparrows: House Sparrow(5)
 


Mount Baker Highway – Tuesday July 26, 2011
Art, Virginia, Carlos, Audreyanne, Megan, Phil, Merilee, Joe, John, John S. Mike and Rex
35 Species ID’d(Aprox. Qty.)
CHECKLIST
Herons, Egrets and Bitterns: Great Blue Heron(1)
New World Vultures: Turkey Vulture(1)
Hawks, Eagles and Kites: Bald Eagle(3), Red-tailed Hawk(1)
Grouse, Ptarmigan, Prairie-Chickens: Blue Grouse(1 /c 3 babies)
Pigeons and Doves: Collared Dove(1), Mourning Dove(6)
Swifts: Vaux's(2)
Hummingbirds: Rufous(2)
Kingfishers: Belted Kingfisher(1)
Woodpeckers: Red-breasted Sapsucker(1), Northern Flicker(1)
Tyrant Flycatchers: Western Wood-Pewee(2)
Swallows: Violet-green Swallow(1), Barn Swallow(12)
Kinglets: Golden-crowned(1)
Waxwings: Cedar(10)
Wrens: Pacific(1)
Thrushes: Swainson's Thrush(6), Hermit Thrush(3), American Robin(8)
Chickadees and Tits: Chestnut-backed(5)
Nuthatches: Red-breasted(2)
Crows and Jays: Gray Jay(4), Steller's Jay(8), American Crow(1),Common Raven(1)
Vireos and Allies: Warbling(1)
Wood Warblers: Yellow-rumped(1)
Tanagers and Allies: Western Tanager(2)
Sparrows, Towhees, Juncos: Spotted Towhee(1), Song Sparrow(2), White-crowned Sparrow(7), Dark-eyed Junco(8)
Saltators, Cardinals and Allies: Black-headed Grosbeak(2)


Anacortes – Tuesday August 2, 2011
Art, Virginia, Marilee, Joe, John, Rex, Mike and Megan
50 Species ID’d(aprox. Qty)
CHECKLIST
Loons: Common(1)
Cormorants: Double-crested(25)
Herons, Egrets and Bitterns: Great Blue Heron(84)
Ducks, Geese and Swans: Canada Goose(20), Surf Scoter(3)
New World Vultures: Turkey Vulture(4)
Hawks, Eagles and Kites: Bald Eagle(3), Northern Harrier(1), Red-tailed Hawk(2)
Falcons: American Kestrel(1)
New World Quail: California Quail(2)
Plovers and Lapwings: Killdeer(20)
Sandpipers: Sanderling(4), Western Sandpiper(6), Least Sandpiper(6)
Gulls: Ring-billed(2), Glaucous-winged(200)
Terns: Caspian Tern(110)
Auks, Murres and Puffins: Pigeon Guillemot(2), Marbled Murrelet(4), Rhinoceros Auklet(1)
Pigeons and Doves: Rock Dove(12), Mourning Dove(2)
Swifts: Vaux's(2)
Hummingbirds: Rufous(1)
Kingfishers: Belted Kingfisher(2)
Woodpeckers: Northern Flicker(1)
Swallows: Violet-green Swallow(2), Barn Swallow(62)
Waxwings: Cedar(8)
Wrens: Bewick's(1), Pacific(1)
Thrushes: American Robin(17)
Crows and Jays: Steller's Jay(1), American Crow(3),Common Raven(2)
Starlings: European Starling(10)
Wood Warblers: Wilson's(4)
Sparrows, Towhees, Juncos: Spotted Towhee(2), Savannah Sparrow(1), Song Sparrow(6), White-crowned Sparrow(1)
Blackbirds, Orioles, Grackles, etc.: Red-winged Blackbird(12), Brewer's Blackbird(1), Brown-headed Cowbird(6)
Finches, Siskins, Crossbills: Purple Finch(2), House Finch(3), American Goldfinch(5)
Old World Sparrows: House Sparrow(18)


 

Chinook Pass – Tuesday, August 9, 2011
It was a beautiful day for going up to Sunrise at Mount Rainer even if the birds were scarce. Tipsoo Lake was snowed in so we ate lunch in the parking lot but there was actually ice and snow covering the entire area around the lake. Our best bird of the day was watching the Clark’s Nutcracker at Sunrise. Other good birds to see were the Gray Jays, Red Crossbills and the Red-eyed Vireo.
Virginia, Megan, Kathleen, Wilma, Merilee, Joe, Rex, Carlos and Art
28 Species ID’d(Approx. Qty.)
CHECKLIST
Ducks, Geese and Swans: Wood Duck(6)
New World Vultures: Turkey Vulture(1)
Hawks, Eagles and Kites: Bald Eagle(1), Red-tailed Hawk(1)
Plovers and Lapwings: Killdeer(10)
Pigeons and Doves: Rock Dove(30)
Swifts: Vaux's(4)
Kingfishers: Belted Kingfisher(1)
Tyrant Flycatchers: Western Wood-Pewee(7)
Swallows: Barn Swallow(1)
Kinglets: Golden-crowned(6)
Thrushes: American Robin(1)
Nuthatches: Red-breasted(1)
Crows and Jays: Gray Jay(4), Steller's Jay(2), Clark's Nutcracker(1), American Crow(10),Common Raven(2)
Starlings: European Starling(1)
Vireos and Allies: Red-eyed(1)
Wood Warblers: Yellow(1), Common Yellowthroat(1)
Sparrows, Towhees, Juncos: Dark-eyed Junco(1)
Finches, Siskins, Crossbills: Red Crossbill(28), Pine Siskin(1)
Old World Sparrows: House Sparrow(1)
 


Snoqualmie Valley – Tuesday, August 16, 2011
For an August summer day, we did well to find 44 species. We saw several wood duck families. We ID’d a Lesser Yellowlegs until we heard it call and then knew we were looking at a Greater Yellowlegs. We saw half grown coots at the prison farm. At first we were trying to make them into a grebes as distant was hindering us but once we saw mama coot feeding them, we knew that they were her babies. Several birds were tricky to ID as they were young and not in full colors.
Art, Virginia, Ed, John, Margaret P, Kathleen, Wilma
44 Species ID’d(Approx. Qty.)
CHECKLIST
Grebes: Pied-billed(3)
Herons, Egrets and Bitterns: Great Blue Heron(2)
Ducks, Geese and Swans: Wood Duck(13), Mallard(35), Northern Shoveler(1)
New World Vultures: Turkey Vulture(2)
Osprey: Osprey(2)
Hawks, Eagles and Kites: Red-tailed Hawk(4)
Rails, Gallinules and Coots: American Coot(25)
Plovers and Lapwings: Killdeer(8)
Sandpipers: Greater Yellowlegs(1)
Pigeons and Doves: Collared Dove(6), Mourning Dove(1)
Hummingbirds: Rufous(1)
Woodpeckers: Hairy Woodpecker(1), Northern Flicker(1)
Tyrant Flycatchers: Western Wood-Pewee(5), Willow Flycatcher(4), Pacific-slope Flycatcher(1)
Swallows: Tree Swallow(1), Violet-green Swallow(1), Barn Swallow(100)
Waxwings: Cedar(22)
Wrens: Bewick's(3)
Thrushes: American Robin(19)
Chickadees and Tits: Black-capped(7)
Creepers: Brown Creeper(2)
Crows and Jays: Steller's Jay(2), American Crow(11),Common Raven(3)
Starlings: European Starling(174)
Wood Warblers: Common Yellowthroat(10)
Tanagers and Allies: Western Tanager(2)
Sparrows, Towhees, Juncos: Spotted Towhee(1), Song Sparrow(4), White-crowned Sparrow(2)
Blackbirds, Orioles, Grackles, etc.: Red-winged Blackbird(1), Western Meadowlark(1), Brewer's Blackbird(2), Brown-headed Cowbird(2)
Finches, Siskins, Crossbills: House Finch(4), American Goldfinch(7)
Old World Sparrows: House Sparrow(12)


Rockport to Diablo – Tuesday, August 23, 2011
The scenery was wonderful but we sure had to work had to find 31 species of birds. The best bird of the day was only seen by two birders as the White-headed woodpecker flew in front of the lead car but did not stop for all of us to see. We all did get a good look at the Red-breasted Sapsucker at Newhalem. We also enjoyed seeing Black Swifts and the Barrows Goldeneyes at Cougar Island campground.
Virginia, Margaret P., Wilma, John, Rex, Megan, Merilee, Joe, Mara and Art
31 Species ID’d(Approx. Qty.)
CHECKLIST
Ducks, Geese and Swans: Barrow's Goldeneye(4)
New World Vultures: Turkey Vulture(3)
Hawks, Eagles and Kites: Red-tailed Hawk(1)
Gulls: Glaucous-winged(1)
Pigeons and Doves: Rock Dove(15)
Swifts: Black(2), Vaux's(5)
Woodpeckers: Red-breasted Sapsucker(1), White-headed Woodpecker(1)
Tyrant Flycatchers: Western Wood-Pewee(4), Pacific-slope Flycatcher(1)
Swallows: Violet-green Swallow(2), Cliff Swallow(1), Barn Swallow(6)
Waxwings: Cedar(12)
Wrens: Bewick's(1)
Thrushes: American Robin(2)
Chickadees and Tits: Black-capped(7), Chestnut-backed(2)
Crows and Jays: Steller's Jay(5), American Crow(9),Common Raven(3)
Starlings: European Starling(56)
Wood Warblers: Orange-crowned(1)
Sparrows, Towhees, Juncos: Spotted Towhee(1), Song Sparrow(2), White-crowned Sparrow(30)
Saltators, Cardinals and Allies: Black-headed Grosbeak(4)
Blackbirds, Orioles, Grackles, etc.: Red-winged Blackbird1(),Brewer's Blackbird(1)
Finches, Siskins, Crossbills: House Finch(6), American Goldfinch(10)


 

Stillaguamish and Sauk Rivers - Tuesday 8/30, 2011
Virginia, Art, Rex, Margaret, Sheila, Megan, Kathleen
46 Species ID'd
CHECKLIST
Herons, Egrets and Bitterns: Great Blue Heron(3)
Ducks, Geese and Swans: Canada Goose(200), Wood Duck(3), Mallard(4), Common Merganser(4)
New World Vultures: Turkey Vulture(4)
Hawks, Eagles and Kites: Cooper's Hawk(1), Red-tailed Hawk(3)
Falcons: American Kestrel(1)
Pigeons and Doves: Rock Dove(10), Band-tailed Pigeon(24)
Swifts: Vaux's(2)
Kingfishers: Belted Kingfisher(2)
Woodpeckers: Red-breasted Sapsucker(1), Downy Woodpecker(2),
Tyrant Flycatchers: Western Wood-Pewee(2),
Swallows: Violet-green Swallow(10), Cliff Swallow(1), Barn Swallow(78)
Waxwings: Cedar(10)
Dippers: American Dipper(1)
Wrens: Marsh(1)
Thrushes: Swainson's Thrush(1), American Robin(4)
Long-tailed Tits: Bushtit(10)
Chickadees and Tits: Black-capped(8)
Nuthatches: Red-breasted(1)
Crows and Jays: Steller's Jay(11), American Crow(40),Common Raven(1)
Starlings: European Starling(53)
Vireos and Allies: Warbling(1)
Wood Warblers: Yellow(1), Yellow-rumped(6), Black-throated Gray(1), Townsend's(1), Common Yellowthroat(1)
Tanagers and Allies: Western Tanager(1)
Sparrows, Towhees, Juncos: Spotted Towhee(1), Song Sparrow(5)
Blackbirds, Orioles, Grackles, etc.: Brewer's Blackbird(12)
Finches, Siskins, Crossbills: House Finch(3), Red Crossbill(4), Pine Siskin(1), American Goldfinch(1)
Old World Sparrows: House Sparrow(2)

Camano Island - Tuesday September 6, 2011
Margaret P, Rex, Kathleen, Carlos, Reg, Mike, John, Alannah, Virginia, Phil, Margaret B
47 Species ID'd
CHECKLIST
Loons: Common(5)
Grebes: Red-necked(1)
Herons, Egrets and Bitterns: Great Blue Heron(61)
Ducks, Geese and Swans: Mallard(10), Surf Scoter(1)
Osprey: Osprey(1)
Hawks, Eagles and Kites: Bald Eagle(1), Northern Harrier(1), Cooper's Hawk(2), Red-tailed Hawk(4)
Falcons: Merlin(1)
Rails, Gallinules and Coots: Virginia Rail(2)
Plovers and Lapwings: Killdeer(6)
Sandpipers: Western Sandpiper(120), Dunlin(50),
Gulls: Ring-billed(32), California(), Glaucous-winged(2),
Auks, Murres and Puffins: Pigeon Guillemot(16), Marbled Murrelet(1),
Pigeons and Doves: Rock Dove(50), Mourning Dove(10)
Kingfishers: Belted Kingfisher(3)
Woodpeckers: Red-breasted Sapsucker(1), Northern Flicker(3),
Swallows: Purple Martin(1), Violet-green Swallow(2), Bank Swallow(8)
Waxwings: Cedar(4)
Wrens: Bewick's(1),
Thrushes: American Robin(3),
Long-tailed Tits: Bushtit(12)
Chickadees and Tits: Black-capped(3), Chestnut-backed(6)
Crows and Jays: Steller's Jay(3), Blue Jay(), Northwestern Crow(1), American Crow(5),Common Raven(3)
Starlings: European Starling(10)
Wood Warblers: Orange-crowned(1),
Sparrows, Towhees, Juncos: Spotted Towhee(2), Savannah Sparrow(1), Song Sparrow(2), White-crowned Sparrow(2)
Blackbirds, Orioles, Grackles, etc.: Brewer's Blackbird(5),
Finches, Siskins, Crossbills: House Finch(2), American Goldfinch(18)
Old World Sparrows: House Sparrow(10)
 

Point Roberts – Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Art, Virginia, Carlos, Jack, Megan, Phil, John, Kathleen, Bob and Diane
54 Species Id’d(Approx. Qty.)
CHECKLIST
Loons: Pacific(1), Common(10)
Grebes: Red-necked(1), Horned(3), Western(1)
Cormorants: Double-crested(2), Pelagic(2)
Herons, Egrets and Bitterns: Great Blue Heron(5)
Ducks, Geese and Swans: Canada Goose(164), American Wigeon(1), Mallard(506), Northern Pintail(4), Harlequin Duck(10), Surf Scoter(51), White-winged Scoter(12)
Hawks, Eagles and Kites: Red-tailed Hawk(2)
Plovers and Lapwings: Killdeer(14)
Sandpipers: Greater Yellowlegs(2), Lesser Yellowlegs(1), Spotted Sandpiper(1), Western Sandpiper(3)
Gulls: Mew(3), Ring-billed(2), Glaucous-winged(24)
Terns: Caspian Tern(6), Commom Tern(1)
Auks, Murres and Puffins: Common Murre(1), Pigeon Guillemot(6)
Pigeons and Doves: Rock Dove(23)
Kingfishers: Belted Kingfisher(1)
Woodpeckers: Northern Flicker(2)
Swallows: Barn Swallow(42)
Kinglets: Golden-crowned(35)
Waxwings: Cedar(8)
Wrens: Bewick's(1)
Thrushes: American Robin(11)
Chickadees and Tits: Black-capped(6), Chestnut-backed(2)
Nuthatches: Red-breasted(2)
Crows and Jays: American Crow(2), Northwest Crow(6),Common Raven(1)
Starlings: European Starling(35)
Wood Warblers: Orange-crowned(4), Yellow-rumped(2), Common Yellowthroat(1)
Sparrows, Towhees, Juncos: Spotted Towhee(2), Savannah Sparrow(8), Song Sparrow(2), White-crowned Sparrow(2), Golden-crowned Sparrow(1)
Finches, Siskins, Crossbills: House Finch(3), American Goldfinch(3)
Old World Sparrows: House Sparrow(5)

SAMISH FLATS - TUESDAY SEPT 20, 2011
It was the best birding day. Fantastic weather and more birds than we've seen in quite awhile. The biggest surprise was white-throated swifts flying above Bay View State Park.
Margaret B, Margaret P, Virginia, Art, Carlos, Merilee, Joe, John, Phil, Jack, Rex, Megan, Ann, Kathleen
61 Species ID'd
CHECKLIST
Loons: Common(5)
Grebes: Red-necked(8), Horned(7), Western(1)
Cormorants: Double-crested(6), Pelagic(2)
Herons, Egrets and Bitterns: Great Blue Heron(133)
Ducks, Geese and Swans:  Mallard(8), Surf Scoter(80),
New World Vultures: Turkey Vulture(3)
Hawks, Eagles and Kites: Bald Eagle(1), Northern Harrier(6), Cooper's Hawk(1), Red-tailed Hawk(14)
Falcons: American Kestrel(1),
Pheasants and Partridges: Ring-necked Pheasant(8)
Plovers and Lapwings: Killdeer(20)
Sandpipers: Lesser Yellowlegs(3), Pectoral Sandpiper(12),
Gulls: Ring-billed(1), Glaucous-winged(x)
Terns: Caspian Tern(1)
Auks, Murres and Puffins: Pigeon Guillemot(2)
Pigeons and Doves: Rock Dove(38), Collared Dove(38)
Swifts: White-throated(x), Vaux's(x)
Kingfishers: Belted Kingfisher(1)
Woodpeckers: Downy Woodpecker(x), Northern Flicker(3), Pileated Woodpecker(1)
Swallows: Violet-green Swallow(71), Barn Swallow(8)
Kinglets: Golden-crowned(x),
Waxwings: Cedar(7)
Thrushes: American Robin(15), Varied Thrush(1)
Chickadees and Tits: Black-capped(3), Chestnut-backed(6)
Nuthatches: Red-breasted(2),
Creepers: Brown Creeper(2)
Crows and Jays: Steller's Jay(2), American Crow(6),Common Raven(34)
Starlings: European Starling(550)
Wood Warblers: Yellow-rumped(12), Black-throated Gray(1), Townsend's(3)
Sparrows, Towhees, Juncos: Spotted Towhee(x), Savannah Sparrow(130), Song Sparrow(17), Lincoln's Sparrow(1)), White-crowned Sparrow(x), Golden-crowned Sparrow(4),
Blackbirds, Orioles, Grackles, etc.: Red-winged Blackbird(108), Brewer's Blackbird(4),
Finches, Siskins, Crossbills: House Finch(3), Pine Siskin(x), American Goldfinch(x), Evening Grosbeak(x)
Old World Sparrows: House Sparrow(x)
 

Sequim – Tuesday September 27, 2011
John, Virginia, Rex, Megan, Phil, Art, Carlos, Marilee, Joe, Margaret, Susie and Cheryl
75 Species Id’d(approx. Qty.)
CHECKLIST
Loons: Pacific(6), Common(12)
Grebes: Red-necked(2), Horned(1)
Cormorants: Double-crested(40), Pelagic(61)
Herons, Egrets and Bitterns: Great Blue Heron(17)
Ducks, Geese and Swans: Greater White-fronted Goose(6), Canada Goose(1), American Wigeon(2,000), Gadwall(1), Green-winged Teal(24), Mallard(500), Northern Pintail(12), Northern Shoveler(10) Surf Scoter(15), White-winged Scoter(4), Hooded Merganser(10), Ruddy Duck(2)
New World Vultures: Turkey Vulture(4)
Hawks, Eagles and Kites: Bald Eagle(11), Northern Harrier(3), Sharp-shinned Hawk(1), Red-tailed Hawk(6)
Falcons: American Kestrel(1), Merlin(3)
Rails, Gallinules and Coots: American Coot(2)
Plovers and Lapwings: Black-bellied Plover(15), Killdeer(9)
Sandpipers: Long-billed Dowitcher(6), Whimbrel(1), Greater Yellowlegs(3), Lesser Yellowlegs(2), Least Sandpiper(7), Pectoral Sandpiper(6)
Gulls: Heermann's(2), Ring-billed(300), California(6), Glaucous-winged(100), Herring(1)
Terns: Caspian Tern(1)
Auks, Murres and Puffins: Common Murre(8), Pigeon Guillemot(74)
Pigeons and Doves: Rock Dove(300), Collard Dove(2), Mourning Dove(2)
Kingfishers: Belted Kingfisher(3)
Woodpeckers: Red-breasted Sapsucker(1), Northern Flicker(1)
Swallows: Violet-green Swallow(350)
Kinglets: Golden-crowned(6)
Waxwings: Cedar(3)
 Wrens: Bewick's(1)
Thrushes: American Robin(2)
Chickadees and Tits: Chestnut-backed(1)
Crows and Jays: Steller's Jay(3), American Crow(80),Common Raven(3)
Starlings: European Starling(500)
Wood Warblers: Yellow-rumped(10), Common Yellowthroat(1)
Sparrows, Towhees, Juncos: Spotted Towhee(3), Savannah Sparrow(2), Song Sparrow(4), Lincoln's Sparrow(5), White-crowned Sparrow(3), Golden-crowned Sparrow(3)
Blackbirds, Orioles, Grackles, etc.: Red-winged Blackbird(3), Brewer's Blackbird(24), Brown-headed Cowbird(1)
Finches, Siskins, Crossbills: House Finch(3), Red Crossbill(5), American Goldfinch(6)
Old World Sparrows: House Sparrow(4)