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Checklist S15661615

 
Location
Smith Point--Candy Abshier WMA (UTC 048)(GCBO Hawk Watch loc.), Chambers County, Texas, US ( Map ) ( Hotspot )
Date and Effort
Wed Nov 13, 2013 6:30 AM
Protocol:
Stationary
Party Size:
2
Duration:
8 hour(s), 30 minute(s)
Observers:
Tony Leukering
Comments:
Other observer was Ron Weeks; though more visitors present at times
Submitted from BirdLog NA for iOS, version 1.7.1
Species
76 species (+10 other taxa) total
1654

33 flocks

15

scattered in 8 SNGO flocks

85
Snow/Ross's Goose

1 flock

3

1 flock

1

pic to be added

95
goose sp.

4 flocks

15

flocks of 4,5,6

2

m,f with NOPI

24

flocks of 1,7,16

1

w/NOPI

4
dabbling duck sp.

1 flock

1

f w/ LESC flock

182

11 flocks

26
Aythya sp.

f, probably REDH; 25 distant

4

2 am

60

16 flocks

2

hogr-smithpoint-11-13-13-tl-1-cropscreen-lowres

1
Horned/Eared Grebe

EAGR or HOGR flying in bad light; looked mostly dark and may very well have been EAGR; more details to be added

1
6
1

f

26
9
1
1
4
42
118
2

ja

2
2
5
5
90
1
166
20

flocks of 4,7,8,1

5

3 migrating

130

migrating

2

jj

1

migrating

8

migrating am,af,3j

5

migrating 5a

11

migrating 8a,3j

1

migrating j

26

migrating a,25j

3

migrating jjj

4

1 j migrating 2a,j

1
1

m

1

af

1
1
1
1

f

1

migrating j

2
1
1
1

heard calling first, then found landing in tree in NE Motte; non-nasal 'caw' typical of sp and unlike nasal two-noted call of FICR; six fingers; pix to be added; only my 2nd record from tower; also seen and heard by Ron Weeks

90
3
2

seen together, reddish rumps, square-tipped tails, dark throats, pale foreheads

4
1
2

mu

1
5
1
3
23
24
13
3
Spinus sp. (goldfinch sp.)

seen poorly in flight; not heard; small finches (bounding flight) with short, notched tails, unstreaked above and below; they may well have been LEGO, but view too poor to claim

1
2

ai

2

ai

3
1
1
2
sparrow sp.
7
10
blackbird sp.

1 flock

8
2
1
 

Are you submitting a complete checklist of the birds you were able to identify?

Yes