2017 Field Observations
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List of 2017 Field Observations:
- Staten Island Trip with Howard Fischer — 4/2/2017
- American Woodcock Event in Central Park — March 15 – 17, 2017
- Brooklyn Southern Coastal trip with Peter Dorosh — 3/25/2017
- Central Park with Richard ZainEldeen — 3/4/2017
- Montauk Weekend with Joseph DiCostanzo — 2/25/2017 to 2/26/2017
- Central Park with Richard ZainEldeen — 2/11/2017
- Coney Island Beach & Coney Island Creek Park with Rob Jett — 2/4/2017
- Pelham Bay Park with Rob Jett — 1/28/2017
- Croton Park with Paul Keim — 1/21/2017
- Jones Beach: West End Beaches and Camman’s Pond with Richard ZainEldeen — 1/8/2017
Staten Island: High Rock, Midland Beach & Clove Lake with Howard Fischer — Sunday 4/2/2017
Weather: 40 degrees F am to 60 degrees F pm, wind 5-10 mph, sunny
Registrar: Anne Lazarus
Drivers: Anne Lazarus and Judy Rabi
Participants: Mary Beth Cooper, Lenore Swenson, Louise Fraza, Dale Dancis, Miriam Rakowski, and Gina Goldstein
We started the walk at High Rock and were greeted by several Rusty Blackbirds and Eastern Phoebes. We climbed the hill to Pouch Camp where we saw two Ring-necked Ducks and other water birds. This area attracted Golden-crowned Kinglets, Yellow-bellied Sapsuckers, Red-bellied Woodpeckers and Downy Woodpeckers plus many other bird species.
Our next stop was Midland Beach. Our leader, Howard Fischer, spotted at least three hundred Northern Gannets foraging in the ocean. He directed our attention to Horned Grebes, Red-throated Loons, Red-breasted Mergansers and other water birds. A Great Egret flew over the beach, initially spotted earlier by Mary Beth Cooper.
Our final stop was Clove Lake to look for a Louisiana Waterthrush. Judy Rabi spotted the bird. This bird was very cooperative. We also saw Fox Sparrows and another Great Egret, plus many more species. We scanned the nest of the Great Blue Heron with our binoculars.
We want to thank our excellent leader Howard Fischer for leading and teaching us about the birds of Staten Island, Anne Lazarus for registering this trip, and Mary Beth Cooper for her lovely photographs.
|Brant||Herring Gull||Brown Creeper|
|Canada Goose||Great Black-backed Gull||Golden-crowned Kinglet|
|American Black Duck||Rock Pigeon||Carolina Wren|
|Mallard||Mourning Dove||American Robin|
|Ring-necked Duck||Red-bellied Woodpecker||Northern Mockingbird|
|Red-breasted Merganser||Yellow-bellied Sapsucker||European Starling|
|Red-throated Loon||Downy Woodpecker||Louisiana Waterthrush|
|Horned Grebe||Northern Flicker||Fox Sparrow|
|Northern Gannet||Eastern Phoebe||Song Sparrow|
|Double-crested Cormorant||Blue Jay||White-throated Sparrow|
|Great Egret||American Crow||Dark-eyed Junco|
|Turkey Vulture||Fish Crow||Northern Cardinal|
|Sharp-shinned Hawk||Tree Swallow||Red-winged Blackbird|
|Cooper`s Hawk||Black-capped Chickadee||Rusty Blackbird|
|Red-tailed Hawk||Tufted Titmouse||American Goldfinch|
|Ring-billed Gull||White-breasted Nuthatch||House Sparrow|
Leader: Peter Dorosh
Registrars: Kathleen Howley, Anne Lazarus
Participants: Drivers: Peter Dorosh, Anne Lazarus, Susan Axelrod, Isabel Conte, and Ryan Goldberg. Passengers: Angie Co, Richard Payne, Dale Dancis, Louise Fraza, Kathleen Toomey, Hilary Salk, and Miriam Rakowski.
Weather: 40 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit, occasional rain, wind 5-10 mph.
Visited Marine Park, Floyd Bennett, Coney Island Pier, 35th St. Coney Island from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, distance covered ~4 miles
Despite clouds, intermittent rain raw, chilly weather, we saw 70 species of bird, under the masterful leadership of Peter Dorosh. We began our walk at Marine Park where we were greeted by our first Eastern Phoebe. Kathy Toomey immediately spotted Wood Ducks, and she made sure we all saw the ducks. They were obscure, not easy to see. We then scanned the area for other water birds, and saw many duck species, including Greater Scaup, one Lesser Scaup, (Peter can tell Lesser and Greater apart under all conditions.) Green-winged Teals, Gadwall, American Black Ducks, Mallards Hooded Mergansers, spotted by Miriam Rakowski, Buffleheads and Northern Shoveler. Ryan Goldstein, Angie Coe and Richard Payne sighted a Wilson’s Snipe, which flew into the marsh grasses. Suddenly Peter called our attention to the Eurasian Wigeon, a year bird for almost all of us. We had our last looks at the American Tree Sparrow before it departs from our area. The Ospreys were back at the nest. We can thank Susan Axelrod for spotting the Killdeer when it landed in a sandy patch in the marsh grasses, and also for spotting several American Oystercatchers.
Our next stop was Marine Park. Our first exciting bird was a Red-shouldered Hawk. Peter identified the hawk and explained to us the salient characteristics. He took us to the best places to see raptors, and we saw five American Kestrels, Northern Harrier, Red-tailed Hawk and Osprey. Peter also found an Eastern Bluebird. We enjoyed observations of two singing Field Sparrows, Carolina Wren Song Sparrows and more. Our leader knew where the Horned Larks like to forage, and we were not disappointed. They were accompanied by two Killdeer. The cricket field attracted 13 more Killdeer. At the bay we were entertained by Horned Grebes, some almost in alternate plumage. Common Loon, Red-breasted Merganser, Bufflehead were among the water birds there. After lunch we took off to Coney Island Pier.
Almost immediately, we saw flocks of Long-tailed Ducks in alternate plumage. We saw a male Surf Scoter. To my surprise, an Iceland Gull appeared in my scope. It was in the water with other gulls. It then flew with the other gulls and put on a show. Other water birds included Common Loon, Northern Gannets, Bufflehead, Red-breasted Mergansers and Double-crested Cormorants.
Our final stop was 35th St at Coney Island to see the Red-necked Grebe. Peter quickly spotted the Red-necked Grebe, and drew our attention to it. We kept following it with our scopes and binoculars. Also, we saw a Laughing Gull, a sign of spring. We enjoyed fascinating observations of about 150 Northern Gannets. Our attention was then drawn to the jetty, a perfect place for Purple Sandpipers, and we were rewarded. We had great looks at three of them plus a bonus of three, close Red-throated Loons. It was time to go home after an exciting day of birding.
We want to thank Peter Dorosh for his excellent leading and for teaching us how to identify difficult birds. We want to thank Kathy Toomey for spotting, identifying birds for showing them to us in her scope and for her lovely photographs. We want to thank our registrars, Kathleen Howley and Anne Lazarus for organizing the trip. We want to thank all the participants for also spotting birds, driving and making this trip happen.
|Brant||Double-crested Cormorant x||Blue Jay|
|Canada Goose||Great Blue Heron 4||American Crow|
|Wood Duck 8||Osprey||Fish Crow|
|Gadwall||Northern Harrier||Horned Lark 9|
|Eurasian Wigeon 1||Red-shouldered Hawk||Tree Swallow|
|American Wigeon||Red-tailed Hawk||Black-capped Chickadee|
|American Black Duck||American Oystercatcher||White-breasted Nuthatch|
|Mallard||Killdeer 16||Carolina Wren|
|Northern Shoveler||Purple Sandpiper 3||Eastern Bluebird|
|Green-winged Teal||Wilson’s Snipe 1||American Robin|
|Greater Scaup||Laughing Gull 1||Northern Mockingbird|
|Lesser Scaup 1||Ring-billed Gull x||European Starling|
|Surf Scoter 1||Herring Gull||American Tree Sparrow|
|Long-tailed Duck||Iceland Gull 1||Field Sparrow 2|
|Bufflehead||Great Black-backed Gull||Fox Sparrow|
|Hooded Merganser||Rock Pigeon (Feral Pigeon)||Dark-eyed Junco|
|Red-breasted Merganser||Mourning Dove||White-throated Sparrow|
|Red-throated Loon 3||Red-bellied Woodpecker||Song Sparrow|
|Common Loon||Yellow-bellied Sapsucker||Northern Cardinal|
|Pied-billed Grebe||Downy Woodpecker||Red-winged Blackbird|
|Horned Grebe||Northern Flicker||Boat-tailed Grackle|
|Red-necked Grebe 1||American Kestrel 5||Brown-headed Cowbird|
|Northern Gannet 150 minimum estimate||Eastern Phoebe 4||House Sparrow|
Central Park with Richard ZainEldeen — 3/4/2017
Leader: Richard ZainEldeen
Registrar: Kathleen Mathews
Weather: Sunny, 30 degrees Fahrenheit, calm
We had fun viewing the typical wintering birds of Central Park. We observed the water birds and land birds and were ready for a break at the Boathouse. Just as we were about to sit down for a hot beverage and snack, Richard announces that we are to leave and go to the Shakespeare Garden for the Long-eared Owl. We raced to the Shakespeare Garden, and there it was. We had great looks. We were very quiet as we gazed at the owl and then left. We returned to the Boathouse for our hot beverage and snack. What a grand finale to a lovely bird walk!
We want to thank Richard ZainEldeen for leading such an excellent and exciting trip.
We want to thank Kathleen Mathews for an excellent job organizing this walk.
|Canada Geese||Long-eared Owl||European Starling|
|Mallard||Rock Pigeon||Fox Sparrow|
|Northern Shoveler||Mourning Dove||Song Sparrow|
|Hooded Merganser||Downy Woodpecker||White-throated Sparrow|
|Bufflehead||Hairy Woodpecker||Northern Cardinal|
|Ruddy Duck||Red-bellied Woodpecker||Red-winged Blackbird|
|Pied-billed Grebe||Yellow-bellied Sapsucker||Common Grackle|
|Red-tailed Hawk||Blue Jay||Brown-headed Cowbird|
|American Coot||Black-capped Chickadee||American Goldfinch|
|Ring-billed Gull||Tufted Titmouse||House Sparrow|
|Herring Gull||White-breasted Nuthatch|
|Great Black-backed Gull||American Robin|
Montauk Weekend with Joseph DiCostanzo — 2/25/2017 to 2/26/2017
Leader: Joseph DiCostanzo
Registrar: Dale Dancis
Participants: Kathy Drake, Lynne Hertzog, Lenore Swenson and John Suggs were drivers. Dale Dancis, Judy Rabi, Anne Lazarus, Louise Fraza, Miriam Rakowski, Gina Goldstein, Sandra Maury, Katherine Howley and Alan Drogin were passengers.
We started our journey at the Coast Guard Station in a dense mist. A Peregrine Falcon was sitting on top of a tall pole. We had distant looks at a few Snow Buntings and Horned Larks. Also seen at that site were both Common and Red-throated Loon. The resident Black Scoter made its usual appearance. We saw 4 Killdeer. At our second stop, Oak Beach. Joe spotted the female Barrow’s Goldeneye among a flock of Common Goldeneye, and he showed us where to look. We also saw many Long-tailed Ducks, Red-breasted Mergansers, and a Red-throated Loon. Joe spotted distant Greater Scaup.
Our next stop was Eastport. There we saw many Greater Scaup, Hooded Mergansers, American Wigeons and many other water birds. A Belted Kingfisher flew past us. We explored a nearby pond and had good lucks at Gadwall and other water birds. We then proceeded to Dune Road. The tide was out, and shorebirds were on the sandbars. We saw Black-bellied Plovers, Dunlins, Sanderlings and American Oystercatchers. Also, in that area we saw Common Eiders, but the big surprise was a close and very cooperative Razorbill, spotted by Lenore Swenson. A dramatic moment occurred when Joe spotted the Snowy Owl. There were 2 Boat-tailed Grackles at the Ponquogue Bridge. We were becoming tired, as the day waned, but were motivated by our next stop, Wainscott Hollow Road. By the time we arrived the fog was returning. As we slowly drove down the road, Lenore spotted the Sandhill Crane, fairly close in the field. We had beautiful looks through the mist. Also, a Carolina Wren was singing. We continued on our way to Montauk. We stopped at Fort Pond to see American Coots and Mallards as the day darkened into night.
Sunday morning we arrived at Montauk Point where we quickly saw Black Scoters, Surf Scoters, White-winged Scoters, Common Eiders, Long-tailed Ducks, Red-breasted Mergansers, both Loon species, Northern Gannets, Great Cormorants and the three gull species. I have not mentioned land birds, but we did see Red-winged Blackbirds and American Crow. We saw the same water birds from the Bluff, but many of them were very close. Our next stop was the Montauk Inlet to look for the Black Guillemot, but alas, it was nowhere to be seen, but we had another reward. Joe took us to the west Lake Montauk Inlet, and spotted another beautiful Razorbill and then to top things off, he spotted an Iceland Gull, and we observed it. Our morning was not yet over. We went to Ditch Plains. Our leader led us to the rocks along the beach and showed us the Black-headed Gull among the Bonaparte Gulls. As we walked along the beach to the gulls, Kathy Drake spotted Purple Sandpipers on a different set of rocks. We watched a Horned Grebe diving for food in Fort Pond Bay.
Our final destination was North Sea Drive in Southold to look for the Townsend’s Solitaire. We arrived in the afternoon. It was windy and cold. We did not see it. We did see Blue Jays, American Crows, and there were two Red-tailed Hawks. Kathy spotted a Turkey Vulture on route from the car. I had a quick look at it. We thank our excellent leader, Joseph DiCostanzo for an exciting, birding adventure. We thank our excellent registrar Dale Dancis for organizing this trip.
|Brant||Common Loon||Herring Gull|
|Canada Geese||Horned Grebe||Iceland Gull|
|Mute Swan||Northern Gannet||Great Black-backed Gull|
|Wood Duck||Double-crested Cormorant||Razorbill|
|Gadwall||Great Cormorant||Rock Pigeon|
|American Wigeon||Great Blue Heron||Mourning Dove|
|Black Duck||Turkey Vulture-car sighting||Snowy Owl|
|Mallard||Northern Harrier||Belted Kingfisher|
|Ring-necked Duck||Cooper’s Hawk||Blue Jay|
|Greater Scaup||Red-tailed Hawk||American Crow|
|Common Eider||Peregrine Falcon||Horned Lark|
|Surf Scoter||American Coot||Red-breasted Nuthatch - Coast Guard Sta.|
|White-winged Scoter||Sandhill Crane||Carolina Wren|
|Black Scoter||Black-bellied Plover||American Robin|
|Long-tailed Duck||Killdeer||Northern Mockingbird|
|Bufflehead||American Oystercatcher||European Starling|
|Common Goldeneye||Sanderling||Yellow-rumped Warbler - Coast Guard Sta.|
|Barrow’s Goldeneye||Purple Sandpiper||Song Sparrow|
|Hooded Merganser||Dunlin||Snow Bunting|
|Red-breasted Merganser||Black-headed Gull||Red-winged Blackbird|
|Ruddy Duck||Bonaparte Gull||Boat-tailed Grackle|
|Red-throated Loon||Ring-billed Gull||House Sparrow|
Central Park with Richard ZainEldeen — 2/11/2017
Leader: Richard ZainEldeen
Registrar: Nancy O’Keefe
Participants: 11 members of Linnaean Society
Weather: Cloudy, wind calm, 30 degrees F, snow cover, a lovely winter setting
We all want to thank Richard for leading an excellent trip. We also want to thank Nancy for organizing this trip so well.
|Canada Goose||Ring-billed Gull||American Robin|
|Wood Duck, Halllett Sanctuary||Herring Gull||European Starling|
|American Black Duck||Great Black-backed Gull||Fox Sparrow|
|Mallard||Rock Pigeon||Song Sparrow|
|Northern Shoveler||Mourning Dove||White-throated Sparrow|
|Northern Pintail, Hallett Sanctuary||Red-headed Woodpecker||Northern Cardinal|
|Bufflehead||Red-bellied Woodpecker||Red-winged Blackbird|
|Hooded Merganser||Yellow-bellied Sapsucker||Common Grackle|
|Ruddy Duck||Downy Woodpecker||Brown-headed Cowbird|
|Pied-billed Grebe||Blue Jay||House Finch|
|Red-necked Grebe||American Crow||American Goldfinch|
|Double-crested Cormorant||Black-capped Chickadee||House Sparrow|
|Red-tailed Hawk||Tufted Titmouse|
|American Coot||White-breasted Nuthatch|
Coney Island Beach & Coney Island Creek Park with Rob Jett — 2/4/2017
Leader: Rob Jett
Registrar: Regina Ryan
Participants: Susan Axelrod, Anne Lazarus, Heydi Lopes, Michael Yuan. These are the folks who did manage to handle the cold.
Weather: Sadly, more people cancelled at the last minute than actually showed up. Those who did participate had a great day despite the blustery weather.
|Brant||Red-breasted Merganser||large alcid sp. (most likely a Razorbill)|
|Canada Goose||Red-throated Loon||Ring-billed Gull|
|Mute Swan||Common Loon||Herring Gull|
|Gadwall||Horned Grebe||Great Black-backed Gull|
|American Wigeon||Northern Gannet||Rock Pigeon|
|American Black Duck||Double-crested Cormorant||Mourning Dove|
|Mallard||Cooper's Hawk||American Crow|
|Greater Scaup||Red-tailed Hawk||Fish Crow|
|Long-tailed Duck||American Coot||European Starling|
|Common Goldeneye||Purple Sandpiper|
Pelham Bay Park with Rob Jett — 1/28/2017
Leader: Rob Jett
Registrar: Ellen Hoffman
Participants: Ellen Hoffman-driver, Anne Lazarus-driver, Gordon/Lori Lam (driver), Sarah Pollack, Christine Youngberg
Weather: Cloudy, tiny bit of snow flurries initially, 30 degrees F
|Brant||Great Cormorant||Black-capped Chickadee|
|Canada Goose||Red-tailed Hawk||Tufted Titmouse|
|Gadwall||Ring-billed Gull||White-breasted Nuthatch|
|American Black Duck||Herring Gull||Carolina Wren|
|Greater Scaup||Great Black-backed Gull||American Robin|
|Hooded Merganser||Rock Pigeon||Gray Catbird|
|Red-breasted Merganser||Mourning Dove||American Tree Sparrows|
|Common Goldeneye||Red-bellied Woodpecker||Chipping Sparrow - 1|
|Bufflehead||Downy Woodpecker||Fox Sparrow - 5|
|Red-throated Loon||Hairy Woodpecker||Song Sparrow|
|Common Loon||Blue Jay||White-throated Sparrow|
|Pied-billed Grebe||American Crow|
|Horned Grebe||Fish Crow|
Croton Park with Paul Keim — 1/21/2017
Leader: Paul Keim, Registrar: Anne Lazarus
Participants: Anne Lazarus, Miriam Rakowski, Sarah Pollack, Dale Dancis, Carmais Johnson, Gordon and Lori Lam (driver) and Katherine Romaine Mawson
Weather: Sunny throughout the day, 40 degrees F, winds calm, slight breeze
This trip required sturdy hiking boots and stamina. We walked everywhere, up and down hills, but we had many avian rewards. We want to thank our excellent leader, Paul Keim. Paul is a naturalist as well as a bird expert. I will thank myself as a registrar, but special thanks to my very little scope through which we observed many birds, and also through which Gordon took his wonderful photographs. Our trip began with the Red-shouldered Hawk, sitting in a tree at the west end of the bridge (entrance to the park). It preened and posed. We walked up the landfill on the north side, and our raptor day began. First we saw a Cooper’s Hawk, then three Red-tailed Hawks, more as we proceeded into the park. We eventually saw a Sharp-shinned Hawk. Our goal was the Screech Owl and what a lovely bird it is. Next step, the Great Horned Owl in the Pine Trees. Paul immediately spotted it. We saw it, also with the help of the American Crows. We deserved a lunch break, but on the way to the lunch break, Gordon spotted a Merlin in the picnic area.
After lunch we went up the land fill and saw more Red-tailed Hawks and the China Praying Mantis egg case. As we descended we saw an American Kestrel and Turkey Vultures, but Paul with his knowledge and keen eyes, noticed that one of the birds had long, flat wings and was flapping. He confirmed his observation with the scope. It was an immature Bald Eagle. We learned to look more carefully and notice details. Not over yet. As we approached the bridge a Common Raven flew by us. We then piled into Gordon’s and Lori’s car (three people had left early) and went to the end of the road at the train station and saw Common Mergansers, far away and Black Ducks. That was the end of the wonderful trip. No need to exercise. This trip was quite aerobic at times.
|Canada Goose||Killdeer (h)||Black-capped Chickadee|
|American Black Duck||Ring-billed Gull||Tufted Titmouse|
|Mallard||Herring Gull||White-breasted Nuthatch|
|Canvasback (from train, Ossining)||Great Black-backed Gull||Carolina Wren (h)|
|Greater Scaup (from train, Ossining)||Rock Pigeon||American Robin|
|Bufflehead||Mourning Dove||Northern Mockingbird|
|Common Merganser||Screech Owl||European Starling|
|Turkey Vulture||Great Horned Owl||American Tree Sparrow|
|Bald Eagle (Immature)||Red-bellied Woodpecker||Song Sparrow|
|Sharp-shinned Hawk||Downy Woodpecker||White-throated Sparrow|
|Cooper’s Hawk||Hairy Woodpecker (h)||Northern Cardinal|
|Red-shouldered Hawk||Blue Jay||Red-winged Blackbird (h)|
|Red-tailed Hawk||American Crow||American Goldfinch|
|American Kestrel||Fish Crow||House Sparrow|
China Praying Mantis egg case on a stem. This species is invasive and crowding out our native Praying Mantis species
Jones Beach: West End Beaches and Camman’s Pond with Richard ZainEldeen — 1/14/2017
Leader: Richard ZainEldeen,
Registrar: Miriam Rakowski
Participants: Camille Cubello (driver), Anne Lazarus (driver), Katherine Romaine Mawson, Dale Dancis, and Barbara Saunders
Weather: 30 degrees F, sunny am, cloudy pm, winds, mild to slightly breezy. Due to a severe snow storm, this trip was rescheduled from Sunday, 1/8/2017 to Saturday, 1/14/2017. We did not bird Point Lookout, because the weather was becoming threatening in the afternoon.
We all want to thank our excellent leader, Richard ZainEldeen and our excellent registrar, Miriam Rakowski. We also thank Barbara Saunders for her beautiful photography, our drivers and participants, all of whom contributed to a successful experience. We saw five species of shorebirds, including excellent looks at Purple Sandpipers. The male Surf Scoter very close to the shore was a surprise. Our reliable Black Scoter at the Coast Guard Station swam very close to the Boardwalk and posed for photographs. The Snow Buntings put on a wonderful show at the West End 2 parking lot. The Lapland Longspur was with a group of Horned Larks in the swale. Some of us enjoyed seeing it. We scurried from the swale to the jetty where we were greeted by perhaps over l,000 Dunlins sitting on the jetty, with their heads tucked in. How we wished they would raise their heads!
We noticed that the weather was changing. Dark clouds were rolling into view. Richard then led us back through a path in the Dunes. We were rewarded as we completed the walk with beautiful sightings of American Tree Sparrows. After a brief lunch, Richard made a wise decision to skip Point Lookout and make a short stop at Camman’s Pond. At the pond we enjoyed close looks at Hooded Mergansers, N. Shovelers, Gadwall and Black-crowned Night Herons. Ultimately, we did drive home in a snowstorm, but we had our day!
|Brant||Red-tailed Hawk ( from car )||Red-breasted Nuthatch|
|Canada Goose||Black-bellied Plover||American Robin|
|Gadwall (Camman)||American Oystercatcher||Northern Mockingbird|
|American Black Duck||Sanderling||European Starling|
|Mallard||Purple Sandpiper||Yellow-rumped Warbler|
|Northern Shoveler (Camman)||Dunlin||Northern Cardinal|
|Surf Scoter||Bonaparte Gull||American Tree Sparrow|
|Black Scoter||Ring-billed Gull||Snow Bunting|
|Long-tailed Duck||Herring Gull||Song Sparrow|
|Bufflehead||Great Black-backed Gull||Dark-eyed Junco|
|Hooded Merganser (Camman)||Rock Dove||Lapland Longspur|
|Red-breasted Merganser||Mourning Dove||Common Grackle|
|Red-throated Loon||Downy Woodpecker||American Goldfinch|
|Common Loon||Horned Lark||House Finch|
|Black-crowned Night Heron (Camman)||Tree Swallow ( 1 )||House Sparrow|
|Yellow-crowned Night Heron (Camman)||Black-capped Chickadee|
|Northern Harrier||Tufted Titmouse (Camman)|