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Checklist S36269449

 
Location
Grays Harbor NWR, Grays Harbor County, Washington, US ( Map ) ( Hotspot )
Date and Effort
Mon Apr 24, 2017 12:00 PM
Protocol:
Traveling
Party Size:
2
Duration:
2 hour(s), 10 minute(s)
Distance:
1.5 mile(s)
Observers:
Jennifer O'Neill
Comments:
N/A
Species
30 species (+1 other taxa) total
1
Snow Goose

© Jennifer O'Neill

66
Greater White-fronted Goose
44
Cackling Goose
2
Mallard
1
Green-winged Teal
1
Greater Scaup

More rounded head

Age & Sex
Juvenile Immature Adult Age Unknown
Male
Female 1
Sex Unknown
11
Semipalmated Plover

© Jennifer O'Neill

Only saw them fly overhead.

300
Dunlin

© Jennifer O'Neill

Never saw them land...flew past several times

9
Least Sandpiper

There were 9 flying overhead, then I saw a group of about 6 foraging in a picture of a duck haha, then I saw a group of 4 foraging in another picture of a sparrow. Pipers so small I didn't see them from afar.

© Jennifer O'Neill

1
Bonaparte's Gull

© Jennifer O'Neill

Didn't realize it was a Bonaparte's until reviewing my pictures of the day! Flew overhead once.

1
Mew Gull
25
Herring Gull
12
Caspian Tern

© Jennifer O'Neill

Never saw them land.

4
Great Blue Heron
3
Bald Eagle
1
Red-tailed Hawk
1
Peregrine Falcon

© Jennifer O'Neill

While I was at the parking area, I barely caught a glance of it fly over once very quickly. Don't know where it came from or where it went other than in a northwesterly direction toward the mud flat.

10
American/Northwestern Crow
X
Tree Swallow
X
Barn Swallow
X
Cliff Swallow
2
Black-capped Chickadee
7
Marsh Wren
1
Bewick's Wren
4
American Robin
22
European Starling
2
White-crowned Sparrow
4
Golden-crowned Sparrow
6
Savannah Sparrow
5
Song Sparrow
2
Wilson's Warbler

© Jennifer O'Neill

In the foliage on the mudflat side of the road halfway between the trail head and the parking area.

Age:
Adult
Sex:
Male
 

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

Yes