Year List 2011 (144 sp.)

(Life Birds are in bold)

144. Snowy Owl: Alberta, 12/1/11

143. Bohemian Waxwing: Alberta, 11/19/11

142. Pine Grosbeak: Alberta, 10/22/11

141. Rough-legged Hawk: Alberta, 10/9/11

140. Black-bellied Plover: Alberta, 9/30/11

139. Long-billed Dowitcher: Alberta, 9/29/11

138. American Pipit: Alberta, 9/18/11

137. Lapland Longspur: Alberta, 9/11/11

136. Turkey Vulture: Alberta, 9/6/11

135. Stilt Sandpiper: Alberta, 9/4/11

134. Red-necked Grebe: Alberta, 8/26/11

133. Belted Kingfisher: Alberta, 8/26/11

132. Osprey: Alberta, 8/22/11

131. Semipalmated Sandpiper: Alberta, 8/21/11

130. Pied-billed Grebe: Alberta, 8/20/11

129. Short-billed Dowitcher: Alberta, 8/15/11

128. Solitary Sandpiper: Alberta, 8/9/11

127. Marbled Godwit: Alberta, 7/31/11

126. Mourning Dove: Alberta, 7/29/11

125. Cliff Swallow: Alberta, 7/25/11

124. Western Wood-Pewee: Alberta, 7/21/11

123. Common Loon: Alberta, 7/8/11

122. Warbling Vireo: Alberta, 7/6/11

121. Sora: Alberta, 7/6/11

120. Red-eyed Vireo: Alberta, 7/6/11

119. Merlin: Alberta, 7/5/11

118. American White Pelican: Alberta, 6/28/11

117. Black-crowned Night-Heron: Alberta, 6/25/11

116. Brewer’s Blackbird: Alberta, 6/13/11

115. Common Tern: Alberta, 6/12/11

114. Hooded Merganser: Alberta, 6/12/11

113. Yellow Rail: Alberta, 6/12/11

112. Cedar Waxwing: Alberta, 6/10/11

111. Great-horned Owl: Alberta, 6/8/11

110. Purple Finch: Alberta, 6/5/11

109. Baltimore Oriole: Alberta, 5/27/11

108. Willet: Alberta, 5/27/11

107. Least Flycatcher: Alberta, 5/25/11

106. Yellow Warbler: Alberta, 5/25/11

105. Pine Siskin: Alberta, 5/25/11

104. Tennessee Warbler: Alberta, 5/25/11

103. House Wren: Alberta, 5/25/11

102. Black Tern: Alberta, 5/25/11

101. California Gull: Alberta, 5/21/11

100. Ruby-throated Hummingbird: Alberta, 5/20/11

99. Swainson’s Thrush: Alberta, 5/18/11

99. Alder Flycatcher: Alberta, 5/18/11

97. Eastern Kingbird: Alberta, 5/18/11

96. Purple Martin: Alberta, 5/17/11

95. Lesser Yellowlegs: Alberta, 5/16/11

94. Spotted Sandpiper: Alberta, 5/16/11

93. Chipping Sparrow: Alberta, 5/14/11

92. American Avocet: Alberta, 5/11/11

91. Clay-colored Sparrow: Alberta, 5/9/11

90. Eared Grebe: Alberta, 5/9/11

89. Common Merganser: Alberta, 5/9/11

88. Green-winged Teal: Alberta, 5/9/11

87. Horned Grebe: Alberta, 5/6/11

86. American Wigeon: Alberta, 5/6/11

85. Trumpeter Swan: Alberta, 5/6/11

84. Ruddy Duck: Alberta, 5/6/11

83. Swainson’s Hawk: Alberta, 5/6/11

82. Blue-winged Teal: Alberta, 5/6/11

81. Ross’s Goose: Alberta, 5/4/11

80. Hermit Thrush: Alberta, 5/4/11

79. Greater white-fronted Goose: Alberta, 5/2/11

78. Mountain Bluebird: Alberta, 5/2/11

77. Vesper Sparrow: Alberta, 5/2/11

76. Yellow-rumped Warbler: Alberta, 4/30/11

75. Ring-necked Duck: Alberta, 4/29/11

74. Lesser Scaup: Alberta, 4/29/11

73. Redhead: Alberta, 4/29/11

72. Canvasback: Alberta, 4/29/11

71. Barn Swallow: Alberta, 4/27/11

69. Eastern Phoebe: Alberta, 4/27/11

68. Franklin’s Gull: Alberta, 4/27/11

67. Wilson’s Snipe: Alberta, 4/27/11

66. Tree Swallow: Alberta, 4/27/11

65. American Coot: Alberta, 4/26/11

64. Northern Pintail: Alberta, 4/25/11

63. Northern Shoveler: Alberta, 4/25/11

62. Yellow-headed Blackbird: Alberta, 4/25/11

61. Savannah Sparrow: Alberta, 4/23/11

60. Northern Harrier: Alberta, 4/22/11

59. Sharp- tailed Grouse: Alberta, 4/22/11

58. Tundra Swan: Alberta, 4/21/11

57. Killdeer: Alberta, 4/20/11

56. Snow Goose: Alberta, 4/20/11

55. American Kestrel: Alberta, 4/18/11

54. Western Meadowlark: Alberta, 4/17/11

53. American Tree Sparrow: Alberta, 4/17/11

52. Sandhill Crane: Alberta, 4/16/17

51. Ring-billed Gull: Alberta, 4/8/11

50. Great Blue Heron: Alberta, 4/8/11

49. Great gray Owl: Alberta, 4/5/11

48. Horned Lark: Alberta, 3/26/11

47. Northern Shrike: Alberta, 3/26/11

46. Short-eared Owl: Alberta, 3/22/11

45. Gray Partridge: Alberta, 3/22/11

44. Ring-necked Pheasant: Minnesota, 2/12/11

43. Mute Swan: Illinois, 2/11/11

42. Double-crested Cormorant: Jersey City, 2/9/11

41. Song Sparrow: NYC Central Park, 2/6/11

40. American Black Duck: NYC Central Park, 2/6/11

39. Wood Duck: NYC Central Park, 2/6/11

38. Yellow-bellied Sapsucker: NYC Central Park, 2/6/11

37. Brown-headed Cowbird: NYC Central Park, 2/6/11

36. Brown Creeper: NYC Central Park, 2/6/11

35. Cooper’s Hawk: NYC Central Park, 2/6/11

34. Red-winged Blackbird: NYC Central Park, 2/6/11

33. House Finch: NYC Central Park, 2/6/11

32. Dark-eyed Junco: NYC Central Park, 2/6/11

31. American Goldfinch: NYC Central Park, 2/6/11

30. Red-bellied Woodpecker: NYC Central Park, 2/6/11

29. White-crowned Sparrow: NYC Central Park, 2/6/11

28. Common Grackle: NYC Central Park, 1/29/11

27. Northern Flicker: NYC Central Park, 1/29/11

26. White-breasted Nuthatch: NYC Central Park, 1/29/11

25. Tufted Titmouse: NYC Central Park, 1/29/11

24. Blue Jay: NYC Central Park, 1/29/11

23. Mallard: CT, 1/22/11

22. Northern Cardinal: CT, 1/22/11

22. White-throated Sparrow: CT, 1/22/11

21. Red-tailed Hawk: New York State, 1/21/11

20. American Crow: New York State, 1/21/11

19. American Robin: Niagara ON, 1/21/11

18. Canada Goose: Toronto, 1/21/11

17. Bufflehead: Toronto, 1/21/11

16. Common Goldeneye: Toronto, 1/21/11

15. Long-tailed Duck: Toronto, 1/21/11

14. Bald Eagle: Ontario, 1/18/11

13. European Starling: Ontario, 1/18/11

12. Ruffed Grouse: Alberta, 1/13/11

11. Common Redpoll: Alberta, 1/11/11

10. Hoary Redpoll: Alberta, 1/11/11

9. Pileated Woodpecker,Alberta, 1/7/11

8. Black-capped Chickadee: Alberta, 1/6/11

7. Downy Woodpecker: Alberta, 1/6/11

6. Hairy Woodpecker: Alberta, 1/6/11

5. Snow Bunting: Alberta, 1/4/11

4. Rock Pigeon: Alberta, 1/2/11

3. English Sparrow: Alberta, 1/1/11

2. Black-billed Magpie: Alberta, 1/1/11

1. Common Raven: Alberta, 1/1/11

One thought on “Year List 2011 (144 sp.)

  1. Very nice year list! We didn’t start one until this year, but figuring the numbers of 2011, we saw 106 birds. (Identifiable) We didn’t begin active birding until the spring, so I am eager to see how we do this year.

    I think it is wonderful whenever I find a young person who is into birding. Our ten-year old caught the birding bug first, needing to know every species that came to his homemade feeder. That was some years ago. And it grew from there and now all of us enjoy learning about the birds.

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