2/26/2008

My garden bird list (Oct '09 - 81 species)

Here is a list of my garden birds to date - this list includes fly overs. I'll update it as I see new birds. Actually I am hoping that my new platform feeder will attract new visitors in spring. I am hoping to put together a life list at some stage but that will require going through all my South African birds, which may take a little while.

Garden birds (Oct '09 - 81 Species):

Blackbird, Red Wing
Bluebird, Eastern (n-all)
Bunting, Indigo
Cardinal, Northern
Catbird, Gray (n-08)
Chicadee, Black Capped (n-08)
Chicadee, Carolina
Cowbird, Brown Headed
Creeper, Brown
Crossbill, White winged
Crow, American (n)
Crow, Fish
Cuckoo, Yellow Billed
Dove, Mourning
Eagle, Bald
Finch, House (n-07,08,09)
Finch, Purple
Flicker, Common
Goldfinch, American
Goose, Canada
Grackle, Common
Grosbeak, Rose Breasted
Harrier, Northern
Hawk, Coopers
Hawk, Red Tailed
Hawk, Sharp Shinned
Hawk, Rough Legged
Heron, Great Blue
Hummingbird, Ruby Throated
Jay, Blue
Junco, Slate Colored
Kingbird, Eastern
Kinglet, Golden Crowned
Kinglet, Ruby Crowned
Merganser, Common
Mockingbird, Northern (n-'09)
Nighthawk, Common
Nuthatch, White Breasted
Nuthatch, Red Breasted
Oriole, Baltimore
Osprey
Ovenbird
Owl, Screech
Pheasant, Ring-Necked
Phoebe, Eastern
Robin, American
Sapsucker, Yellow Bellied
Siskin, Pine
Sparrow, House
Sparrow, White Throated
Sparrow, Chipping (n-'07)
Sparrow, Savannah
Sparrow, Field
Sparrow, Fox
Sparrow, Song
Sparrow, Tree
Sparrow, White Crowned
Starling, European (n-'06)
Swallow, Tree (n-07,08,09)
Swallow, Cliff
Swallow, Barn
Swift, Chimney
Thrasher, Brown
Thrush, Hermit
Thrush, Wood
Titmouse, Tuffted
Turkey, Wild
Vulture, Turkey
Vulture, Black
Warbler, Black Throated Blue
Warbler, Palm
Warbler, Pine
Warbler, Prothonotary
Warbler, Yelllow Rumped
Waxwing, Cedar
Woodpecker, Pileated
Woodpecker, Red Bellied
Woodpecker, Downy
Woodpecker, Hairy
Wren, House (n-all)
Wren, Carolina

1 comment:

Mel said...

I don't get more than 6 or 7 visitors :( you are lucky!

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