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Waterfowl Count

A flock of white geese swimming in the water and flying overhead.Waterfowl and shorebird surveys are completed once a week during the Spring, Summer, and Fall as conditions allow.

Date: 5/19/2016

 Temperature:  14 C     

Wind: 10 MPH       

Cloud Cover: 100%

Start Time: 1:30 PM

End Time:  3:00 PM

 

Other sightings of interest:

  • Sora
  • Common Yellowthroat, Yellow Warbler

 

SPECIES

UNIT

TOTAL

AMERICAN WIGEON

 II, IVC 

150

BLUE-WINGED TEAL

  I, II, C

150

BUFFLEHEAD

                

 

CANADA GOOSE

 I, II

150 

CANVASBACK

     

 

CINNAMON TEAL

I, II, III, IVB, C  

250

COMMON GOLDENEYE

 

 

GADWALL

I, II, IVB, IVC, C

950

GREEN-WINGED TEAL

I, C  

100

LESSER SCAUP

 

 

MALLARD

I, II, IVB, IVC

250 

NORTHERN PINTAIL

I, II, IVB, IVC

250

NORTHERN SHOVELER

I,II, IVB, IVC, C

500

REDHEAD

I, II, IVC

200

RING-NECKED DUCK

II

50

RUDDY DUCK

II  

50

TUNDRA SWAN

 

 

WHITE GEESE

 

 

AMERICAN AVOCET      I, II 100
AMERICAN COOT I, II, IVC 1150
BLACK-CROWNED NIGHT HERON    
BLACK-NECKED STILT I 50
DOWITCHERS    
EARED GREBE II, IVC 1050
FRANKLIN'S GULL II 50
GREATER/LESSER YELLOWLEGS    
KILLDEER I, II, IVC 150
OTHER (Marbled Godwit) II 2
AMERICAN WHITE PELICAN II 1
RED-WINGED BLACKBIRD I,II, C 150
RING-BILLED/CA GULL    
UID SHOREBIRDS    
WHITE-FACED IBIS I, C 5
WILLET C 50
WILSON'S PHALAROPE I, II, C 400
YELLOW-HEADED BLACKBIRD I, II, IVC, C 500

 

 

Last Updated: May 23, 2016
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