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bird list from gulf coast, texas, late march/early april 2000

2003-08-04 - 4:21 p.m.

For the story of our spring migration trip to the Texas Gulf Coast on March 25-April 2, 2000, please click here. This is the bird list from that trip.

  1. Common Loon
  2. Pied-Bill Grebe
  3. Eared Grebe
  4. American White Pelican
  5. Brown Pelican
  6. Double-Crested Cormorant
  7. Neotropic Cormorant
  8. Anhinga
  9. Great Blue Heron
  10. Great Egret
  11. Snowy Egret
  12. Little Blue Egret
  13. Tricolored Heron
  14. Reddish Egret, also a white morph
  15. Cattle Egret
  16. Green Heron
  17. White Ibis
  18. White-faced Ibis
  19. Roseate Spoonbill
  20. Black-Bellied Whistling Duck
  21. Muscovy Duck
  22. Gadwall
  23. American Widgeon
  24. Mallard
  25. Mottled Duck
  26. Blue-Winged Teal
  27. Cinnamon Teal
  28. Northern Shoveler
  29. Green-Winged Teal
  30. Canvasback
  31. Redhead
  32. Ring-Necked Duck
  33. Greater Scaup
  34. Lesser Scaup
  35. Buffleneck
  36. Common Goldeneye
  37. Red-Breasted Merganser
  38. Ruddy Duck
  39. Osprey
  40. Hook-Billed Kite
  41. White-Tailed Kite
  42. Mississippi Kite
  43. Northern Harrier
  44. Sharp-Shinned Hawk
  45. Cooper's Hawk
  46. Gray Hawk
  47. Harris's Hawk
  48. Red-Shouldered Hawk
  49. Broad-Winged Hawk
  50. Swainson's Hawk
  51. White-Tailed Hawk
  52. Red-Tailed Hawk, also Harlan's
  53. Crested Caracara
  54. American Kestrel
  55. Merlin
  56. Aplomado Falcon
  57. Peregrine Falcon, tundra variety
  58. Plain Chachalaca
  59. Wild Turkey
  60. Northern Bobwhite, heard only
  61. Common Moorhen
  62. American Coot
  63. Whooping Crane -- 41 seen, whoo hoo!
  64. Black-Bellied Plover
  65. American Golden Plover
  66. Killdeer
  67. American Oystercatcher
  68. Black-Necked Stilt
  69. American Avocet
  70. Greater Yellowlegs
  71. Lesser Yellowlegs
  72. Willet
  73. Spotted Sandpiper
  74. Long-Billed Curlew
  75. Ruddy Turnstone
  76. Sanderling
  77. Semipalmated Sandpiper
  78. Western Sandpiper
  79. Least Sandpiper
  80. Dunlin
  81. Short-Billed Dowitcher
  82. Long-Billed Dowitcher
  83. Laughing Gull
  84. Ring-Billed Gull
  85. Herring Gull
  86. Gull-Billed Tern
  87. Caspian Tern
  88. Royal Tern
  89. Sandwich Tern
  90. Forster's Tern
  91. Black Skimmer
  92. Rock Dove
  93. Eurasian Collared-Dove
  94. White-Winged Dove
  95. Mourning Dove
  96. Inca Dove
  97. Common Ground-Dove
  98. White-Tipped Dove
  99. Greater Roadrunner
  100. Chimney Swift
  101. Buff-Bellied Hummingbird
  102. Ruby-Throated Hummingbird
  103. Ringed Kingfisher
  104. Belted Kingfisher
  105. Golden-Fronted Woodpecker
  106. Ladder-Backed Woodpecker
  107. Northern Beardless Tyrannulet
  108. Great Kiskadee
  109. Couch's Kingbird
  110. Scissor-Tailed Flycatcher
  111. Loggerhead Shrike
  112. White-Eyed Vireo, heard only
  113. Green Jay
  114. Brown Jay
  115. Chihuahuan Raven
  116. Purple Martin
  117. Tree Swallow
  118. Northern Rough-Winged Swallow
  119. Bank Swallow
  120. Cliff Swallow
  121. Clave Swallow
  122. Barn Swallow
  123. Black-Crested Titmouse
  124. Northern Mockingbird
  125. Long-Billed Thrasher
  126. European Starling
  127. American Pipit
  128. Orange-Crowned Warbler
  129. Tropical Parula
  130. Olive Sparrow
  131. Chipping Sparrow
  132. Lark Sparrow
  133. Savannah Sparrow
  134. Seaside Sparrow
  135. White-Throated Sparrow
  136. Northern Cardinal
  137. Pyrrhuloxia
  138. Red-Winged Blackbird
  139. Eastern Meadowlark
  140. Bronzed Cowbird
  141. Brown-Headed Cowbird
  142. Altamira Oriole
  143. Audubon's Oriole
  144. House Sparrow

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