Checklist S49341239

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Owner Alex Lin-Moore

Stationary
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Submitted from eBird for iOS, version 1.8.4

Observations

  1. Number observed: 85
  2. Number observed: 1
  3. Number observed: 12
  4. Number observed: 1

    Comments: Flying alone and low right over the hawkwatch site. Seemed a little bit large/odd-shaped, but photos don't show anything particularly unusual. Could have just been that I've never seen a lone CHSW flying against really strong winds.

  5. Number observed: 1
  6. Number observed: 1
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  7. peep sp.

    Number observed: 4
  8. Number observed: 4
  9. Number observed: 28
  10. Number observed: 25
  11. Number observed: 4
  12. Number observed: 2
  13. Number observed: 2
  14. Number observed: 2
  15. Number observed: 6
  16. Number observed: 45
  17. Number observed: 22
  18. Accipiter sp.

    Number observed: 7
  19. Number observed: 1
  20. Number observed: 1
  21. Number observed: 4
  22. Number observed: 1
  23. Number observed: 1
  24. Number observed: 30
  25. Number observed: 4
  26. Number observed: 1
  27. Number observed: 2
  28. Number observed: 34
  29. crow sp.

    Number observed: 1
  30. Number observed: 1
  31. Number observed: 50
  32. Number observed: 2

    Comments: *Uncommon and early (earliest CT sighting on eBird)

    One bird was first seen around 9:45, noticeably different from surrounding Trees, with a buffy rump clearly seen. The front/chest (not seem by me) was reminiscent of Barn, i.e. buffy rather than white with no noticeable dark throat.

    A few minutes later another bird was seen at length, and the buffy underparts matching the extensive buffy rump, as well as a lack of an obviously dark throat, were well noted. A few other birds (possibly multiple sightings of the same individuals) were seen occasionally for the next hour or so.

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  33. Cliff/Cave Swallow

    Number observed: 2

    Comments: Cave seems more likely given the time of year and the positive ID on at least 2 other birds, but conservatively a couple of them were only "small swallows with buffy-rumps and square-tails"

  34. Number observed: 2
  35. Number observed: 1
  36. Number observed: 2
  37. Number observed: 1
  38. Number observed: 15
  39. Number observed: 25
  40. Number observed: 1
  41. Number observed: 152

    Comments: estimate of birds that I could positively ID by call, pattern, and/or tail shape. Probably hundreds if not thousands more flew over throughout the morning

  42. Number observed: 3

    Comments: Yellow bar on the underwing clearly seen on a few birds in a low-flying flock. The rest of the flock may have also been PISI, but I didn't have time to check the rest.

  43. Number observed: 5
  44. finch sp.

    Number observed: 500

    Comments: Small flocks of presumably mostly PUFI were flying over almost constantly

  45. Number observed: 30
  46. Number observed: 1
  47. Number observed: 7
  48. Number observed: 21
  49. Number observed: 2
  50. Number observed: 20
  51. Number observed: 25
  52. blackbird sp.

    Number observed: 200
  53. Number observed: 6
  54. Number observed: 2
  55. Number observed: 5
  56. Number observed: 49
  57. warbler sp. (Parulidae sp.)

    Number observed: 50
Additional species seen by Samuel Snow:
  1. Number observed: 1
  2. Number observed: 1
  3. Number observed: 2
  4. Number observed: 2
  5. Number observed: 1
  6. Number observed: 1
  7. Number observed: 6
  8. Number observed: 5
  9. Number observed: 2
  10. Number observed: 2
Additional species seen by Severin Uebbing:
  1. Number observed: 1
  2. Number observed: 1
  3. Number observed: 2
  4. Number observed: 2
  5. Number observed: 1
  6. Number observed: 1
  7. Number observed: 6
  8. Number observed: 5
  9. Number observed: 2
  10. Number observed: 2
Additional species seen by Acadia Kocher:
  1. Number observed: 1
  2. Number observed: 2
  3. Number observed: 2
  4. Number observed: 1
  5. Number observed: 6
  6. Number observed: 2
  7. Number observed: 2
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