FL Trip March 30-April 5: Triplist

Triplist

Checklist used: 2009 Checklist of Florida’s Birds by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission

I’ll be noting the bird and the first date on the trip it was seen

Anatidae-Ducks, Geese and Swans

Muscovy Duck—–3/30

Mottled Duck—–4/4

Blue-winged Teal—–4/1

Sulidae-Boobies and Gannets

Masked Booby—–3/31

Brown Booby—–3/31

Northern Gannet—–3/31

Pelecanidae-Pelicans

Brown Pelican—–3/30

Phalacrocoracidae-Cormorants

Double-crested Cormorant—–3/30

Anhingidae-Darters

Anhinga—–4/1

Fregatidae-Frigatebirds

Magnificent Frigatebird—–3/30

Ardeidae-Herons, Bitterns and Allies

Great Blue Heron—–4/3

Great Egret—–3/30

Snowy Egret—–3/30

Little Blue Heron—–4/3

Tricolored Heron—–4/3

Cattle Egret—–3/30

Green Heron—–3/30

Yellow-crowned Night-Heron—–3/31

Threskiornithidae-Ibises and Spoonbills

White Ibis—–3/30

Glossy Ibis—–4/3

Ciconiidae-Storks

Wood Stork—–3/30

Cathartidae-New World Vultures

Black Vulture—–4/3

Turkey Vulture—–3/30

Accipitridae-Hawks, Kites, and Eagles

Osprey—–3/30

Swallow-tailed Kite—–4/3

Red-shouldered Hawk—–4/3

Broad-winged Hawk—–4/1

Falconidae-Caracaras and Falcons

Merlin—–3/31

Peregrine Falcon—–3/31

Rallidae-Rails, Gallinules and Coots

Common Moorhen—–4/1

American Coot—–4/1

Scolopacidae-Sandpipers, Phalaropes and Allies

Spotted Sandpiper—–4/4

Upland Sandpiper—–3/31

Whimbrel—–4/3

Marbled Godwit—–4/3

Ruddy Turnstone—–3/31

Short-billed Dowitcher—–4/3

Laridae-Gulls and Terns

Laughing Gull—–3/30

Herring Gull—–3/31

Brown Noddy—–3/31

Sooty Tern—–3/31

Bridled Tern—–3/31

Royal Tern—–3/30

Sandwich Tern—–3/30

Black Skimmer—–3/31

Columbidae-Pigeons and Doves

Rock Pigeon—–3/30

Eurasian Collared Dove—–3/30

Mourning Dove—–3/30

Trochilidae-Hummingbirds

Ruby-throated Hummingbird—–3/31

Alcedinidae-Kingfishers

Belted Kingfisher—–4/1

Picidae-Woodpeckers

Red-bellied Woodpecker—–4/2

Yellow-bellied Sapsucker—–3/31

Tyrannidae-Tyrant Flycatchers

Great Crested Flycatcher—–4/3

Eastern Kingbird—–3/31

Gray Kingbird—–3/31

Scissor-tailed Flycatcher—–4/1

Laniidae-Shrikes

Loggerhead Shrike—–4/3

Verionidae-Vireos

White-eyed Vireo—–4/31

Yellow-throated Vireo—–4/31

Red-eyed Vireo—–4/1

Black-whiskered Vireo—–4/1

Corvidae-Crows and Jays

Blue Jay—–4/3

Florida Scrub-Jay—–4/4

American Crow—–4/2

Fish Crow—–4/4

Hirundinidae-Swallows

Purple Martin—–3/31

Northern Rough-winged Swallow—–3/31

Barn Swallow—–3/30

Paridae-Chickadees and Titmice

Tufted Titmouse—–4/4

Troglodytidae-Wrens

Carolina Wren—–4/4

Mimidae-Mockingbirds and Thrashers

Gray Catbird—–4/3

Northern Mockingbird—–3/31

Sturnidae-Starlings

European Starling—–4/2

Common Myna—–4/2

Parulidae-Wood Warblers

Northern Parula—–3/31

Cape May Warbler—–4/1

Yellow-rumped Warbler—–3/31

Yellow-throated Warbler—–3/31

Prairie Warbler—–3/31

Palm Warbler—–3/31

Black-and-White Warbler—–3/31

Prothonatary Warbler—–4/1

Worm-eating Warbler—–4/1

Ovenbird—–4/1

Northern Waterthrush—–3/31

Common Yellowthroat—–3/31

Hooded Warbler—–3/31

Cardinalidae-Cardinals and Allies

Northern Cardinal—–4/4

Indigo Bunting—–3/31

Icteridae-Blackbirds

Red-winged Blackbird—–4/3

Common Grackle—–3/31

Boat-tailed Grackle—–3/30

Shiny Cowbird—–4/3

Brown-headed Cowbird—–4/3

Passeridae-Old World Sparrows

House Sparrow—–3/30

To Read More About the Trip and What Happened Each Day click here

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One Response to FL Trip March 30-April 5: Triplist

  1. Vinny says:

    WOW! You were able to see a lot of birds. It was a great trip and a great time. Glad you were able to make it.

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