Drum Point, Maryland Community Birds 2017-2019

Local Birds – 2017 thru 2019, Drum Point to Seahorse Beach, (Calvert Co., MD)

LOONS
Common Loon (17,18,19)
GREBES
Horned Grebe (17,18,19)
PELICANS
Brown Pelican (17,18,19)
GANNETS
Northern Gannet (17,18)
CORMORANTS
Double-crested Cormorant (17,18,19)
HERONS,etc.
Great Blue Heron (17,18,19)
Great Egret (17,18,19)
Snowy Egret (17)
Green Heron (17,18,19)
Yellow-crowned Night-Heron (18)
DUCKS, etc.
Mute Swan (18,19)
Tundra Swan (17,19)
Canada Goose (17,18,19)
Wood Duck (17,18,19)
Mallard (17,18,19)
Blue-winged Teal (19)
Lesser Scaup (17,18)
Long-tailed Duck (17,18,19)
Black Scoter (19)
Common Goldeneye (17,18,19)
Bufflehead (17,18,19)
Hooded Merganser (17,18,19)
Red-breasted Merganser (17,18,19)
Ruddy Duck (17,18,19)
VULTURES
Black Vulture (17,18,19)
Turkey Vulture (17,18,19)
HAWKS, etc.
Osprey (17,18,19)
Bald Eagle (17,18,19)
Sharp-shinned Hawk (18)
Cooper’s Hawk (18,19)
Red-shouldered Hawk (17,18,19)
Red-tailed Hawk (17,18)
SANDPIPERS, etc.
Semipalmated Plover (17)
Spotted Sandpiper (17,18,19)
Least Sandpiper (17,19)
GULLS,etc.
Ring-billed Gull (17,18,19)
Great Black-backed Gull (17,18,19)
American Herring Gull (17,18,19)
Laughing Gull (17,18,19)
Forster’s Tern (18,19)
DOVES
Mourning Dove (17,18,19)
OWLS
Great Horned Owl (18)
SWIFTS
Chimney Swift (17,18,19)
HUMMINGBIRDS
Ruby-throated Hummingbird (17,18,19)
KINGFISHERS
Belted Kingfisher (17,18,19)
WOODPECKERS
Red-bellied Woodpecker (17,18,19)
Yellow-bellied Sapsucker (17,18,19)
Downy Woodpecker (17,18,19)
Northern Flicker (17,18,19)
Pileated Woodpecker (17,18,19)
FLYCATCHERS
Eastern Phoebe (18,19)
Great Crested Flycatcher (17,18,19)
Eastern Kingbird (17,18,19)
SWALLOWS
Purple Martin (17,18,19)
Tree Swallow (17,18,19)
Northern Rough-winged Swallow (17,18,19)
Barn Swallow (17,18,19)
PIPITS
American Pipit (18)
KINGLETS
Golden-crowned Kinglet (17,18)
Ruby-crowned Kinglet (17,18,19)
WAXWINGS
Cedar Waxwing (17,18,19)
WRENS
Carolina Wren (17,18,19)
THRASHERS, THRUSHES, etc.
Gray Catbird (17,18,19)
Northern Mockingbird (17,18,19)
Brown Thrasher (17,18,19)
Eastern Bluebird (17,18,19)
Hermit Thrush (18,19)
American Robin (17,18,19)
NUTHATCHES, etc.
Blue-gray Gnatcatcher (17)
Carolina Chickadee (17,18,19)
Tufted Titmouse (17,18,19)
Red-breasted Nuthatch (18,19)
White-breasted Nuthatch (17,18,19)
Brown-headed Nuthatch (18,19)
Brown Creeper (18,19)
JAYS, CROWS
Blue Jay (17,18,19)
American Crow (17,18,19)
STARLINGS
European Starling (17,18,19)
OLD WORLD SPARROWS
House Sparrow (18,19)
FINCHES
House Finch (17,18,19)
American Goldfinch (17,18,19)
WARBLERS
Yellow Warbler (17,18)
Black-throated Blue Warbler (17)
Yellow-rumped Warbler (17,18,19)
Yellow-throated Warbler (17)
Pine Warbler (17,18,19)
Palm Warbler (17,19)
Blackpoll Warbler (17,19)
Black-and-white Warbler (18)
Common Yellowthroat (17,18)
Yellow-breasted Chat (18)
SPARROWS, etc.
Eastern Towhee (17,18,19)
Chipping Sparrow (17,18,19)
Song Sparrow (17,18,19)
White-throated Sparrow (17,18,19)
Dark-eyed Junco (17,18,19)
Northern Cardinal (17,18,19)
BLACKBIRDS, etc.
Red-winged Blackbird (17,18,19)
Common Grackle (17,18,19)
Brown-headed Cowbird (17,18)
Orchard Oriole (17,18,19)

Number of different species observed over this 3 year period: 101

Posted by rosalie-rick rosalie-rick, January 07, 2020 22:16

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