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Saskatchewan's Winter Bird List

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  • Harv Lane
    Howdy, Here is part two of the lists that we have running. I m sending this one out with bird info that I got from various sources around the province even
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 6, 2002
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      Howdy,
       
      Here is part two of the lists that we have running.  I'm sending this one out with bird info that I got from various sources around the province even though some of the birds listed on here are from CBC's for which I have not gotten and 'official' email.  It appears that some of the participating birders would like to see these birds appear on the list sooner than later.  So here it is ... we've surpassed the 100 mark by a considerable margin and are heading towards 200!!  I didn't say I expected to get to 200 but we are heading towards it.  We are currently at 109.  When we get our Cooper's Hawk and our small owls I'll be even happier.
       
      Cheers,
      Harv
       
      1. American White Pelican
      2. Great Blue Heron
      3. Tundra Swan
      4. Greater White-fronted Goose
      5. Snow Goose
      6. Canada Goose
      7. American Widgeon
      8. Gadwall
      9. Green-winged Teal
      10. Mallard
      11. American Black Duck
      12. Northern Pintail
      13. Redhead
      14. Ring-necked Duck
      15. Greater Scaup
      16. Lesser Scaup
      17. Common Goldeneye
      18. Bufflehead
      19. Red-breasted Merganser
      20. Common Merganser
      21. Bald Eagle
      22. Northern Harrier
      23. Sharp-shinned Hawk
      24. Northern Goshawk
      25. Red-tailed Hawk
      26. Rough-legged Hawk
      27. Golden Eagle
      28. American Kestrel
      29. Merlin
      30. Gyrfalcon
      31. Prairie Falcon
      32. Peregrine Falcon
      33. Wild Turkey
      34. Willow Ptarmigan
      35. Spruce Grouse
      36. Ruffed Grouse
      37. Sage Grouse
      38. Sharp-tailed Grouse
      39. Gray Partridge
      40. Ring-necked Pheasant
      41. American Coot
      42. Killdeer
      43. Common Snipe
      44. Long-billed Curlew
      45. Herring Gull
      46. Rock Dove
      47. Eurasian Collared-Dove
      48. Mourning Dove
      49. Great Horned Owl
      50. Snowy Owl
      51. Great Gray Owl
      52. Northern Hawk Owl
      53. Long-eared Owl
      54. Short-eared Owl
      55. Belted Kingfisher
      56. Red-bellied Woodpecker
      57. Downy Woodpecker
      58. Hairy Woodpecker
      59. Three-toed Woodpecker
      60. Black-backed Woodpecker
      61. Northern Flicker
      62. Pileated Woodpecker
      63. Horned Lark
      64. Golden-crowned Kinglet
      65. Bohemian Waxwing
      66. Cedar Waxwing
      67. Mountain Bluebird
      68. Townsend's Solitaire
      69. American Robin
      70. Varied Thrush
      71. Black-capped Chickadee
      72. Boreal Chickadee
      73. Red-breasted Nuthatch
      74. White-breasted Nuthatch
      75. Brown Creeper
      76. Northern Shrike
      77. Gray Jay
      78. Blue Jay
      79. Black-billed Magpie
      80. American Crow
      81. Common Raven
      82. European Starling
      83. American Tree Sparrow
      84. Chipping Sparrow
      85. Swamp Sparrow
      86. White-crowned Sparrow
      87. White-throated Sparrow
      88. Harris' Sparrow
      89. Dark-eyed Junco
      90. Lapland Longspur
      91. Snow Bunting
      92. Rose-breasted Grosbeak
      93. Red-winged Blackbird
      94. Western Meadowlark
      95. Rusty Blackbird
      96. BrewerÂ’s Blackbird
      97. Common Grackle
      98. Gray-crowned Rosy-Finch
      99. Pine Grosbeak
      100. Purple Finch
      101. House Finch
      102. Red Crossbill
      103. White-winged Crossbill
      104. Common Redpoll
      105. Hoary Redpoll
      106. Pine Siskin
      107. American Goldfinch
      108. Evening Grosbeak
      109. House Sparrow
    • trevor.herriot@sasktel.sk.ca
      On the CBC birdline today there were some good sightings reported--including a white phase Gyrfalcon from Frontier, and an unconfirmed Field Sparrow December
      Message 2 of 2 , Jan 7, 2002
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        On the CBC birdline today there were some good sightings
        reported--including a white phase Gyrfalcon from Frontier, and an
        unconfirmed Field Sparrow December 26 in Moose Jaw--but alas no confirmed
        new birds for our winter list. However, while I was there, I saw a news
        clipping from the Moose Jaw Times-Herald that confirms the rumour that a
        GRAY CATBIRD was seen on the Moose Jaw Christmas Count.

        Cheers

        Trevor Herriot
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