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Saskatchewan 2002 List

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  • Harv Lane
    Hi folks, Well we ve had a few new birds in the last couple of weeks. Here is our current list. We have made it to 84 species and the ducks, geese, and
    Message 1 of 6 , Apr 6 7:10 PM
      Hi folks,
       
      Well we've had a few new birds in the last couple of weeks.  Here is our current list.  We have made it to 84 species and the ducks, geese, and shorebirds should start making an appearance soon.
       
      Cheers,
      Harv

      Saskatchewan 2002 Bird List

      1. American White Pelican
      2. Canada Goose
      3. Mallard
      4. Northern Pintail
      5. Redhead
      6. Lesser Scaup
      7. Common Goldeneye             (Goldeneye)
      8. Bufflehead
      9. Hooded Merganser
      10. Common Merganser             (Goosander)
      11. Bald Eagle
      12. Northern Harrier
      13. Sharp-shinned Hawk
      14. Cooper’s Hawk
      15. Northern Goshawk
      16. Broad-winger Hawk
      17. Ferruginous Hawk
      18. Rough-legged Hawk             (Rough-legged Buzzard)
      19. Golden Eagle
      20. American Kestrel
      21. Merlin
      22. Gyrfalcon
      23. Prairie Falcon
      24. Spruce Grouse
      25. Willow Ptarmigan                 (Red Grouse)
      26. Ruffed Grouse
      27. Sharp-tailed Grouse
      28. Gray Partridge                     (Grey Partridge)
      29. Ring-necked Pheasant          (Pheasant)
      30. Killdeer
      31. Ring-billed Gull
      32. Rock Dove
      33. Eurasian Collared-Dove
      34. Great Horned Owl
      35. Snowy Owl
      36. Northern Hawk Owl
      37. Boreal Owl
      38. Short-eared Owl
      39. Red-bellied Woodpecker
      40. Downy Woodpecker
      41. Hairy Woodpecker
      42. Three-toed Woodpecker
      43. Black-backed Woodpecker
      44. Northern Flicker
      45. Pileated Woodpecker
      46. Horned Lark                         (Shore Lark)
      47. Golden-crowned Kinglet
      48. Bohemian Waxwing
      49. Cedar Waxwing
      50. Mountain Bluebird
      51. American Robin
      52. Varied Thrush
      53. Black-capped Chickadee
      54. Boreal Chickadee
      55. Red-breasted Nuthatch
      56. White-breasted Nuthatch
      57. Brown Creeper
      58. Northern Shrike                     (Great Grey Shrike)
      59. Gray Jay
      60. Blue Jay
      61. Black-billed Magpie
      62. American Crow
      63. Common Raven                     (Raven)
      64. European Starling                   (Starling)
      65. American Tree Sparrow
      66. Harris’ Sparrow
      67. Dark-eyed Junco
      68. Lapland Longspur                  (Lapland Bunting)
      69. Snow Bunting
      70. Western Meadowlark
      71. Rusty Blackbird
      72. Brewer’s Blackbird
      73. Common Grackle
      74. Brown-headed Cowbird
      75. Pine Grosbeak
      76. Purple Finch
      77. House Finch
      78. Red Crossbill
      79. White-winged Crossbill
      80. Common Redpoll
      81. Hoary Redpoll
      82. Pine Siskin
      83. Evening Grosbeak
      84. House Sparrow
    • Harv Lane
      Hi folks, I thought I d have to wait a little while for us to hit 100 species but these stupid birds keep migrating north even if the weather is ridiculously
      Message 2 of 6 , Apr 8 3:35 PM

        Hi folks,

        I thought I'd have to wait a little while for us to hit 100 species but these stupid birds keep migrating north even if the weather is ridiculously cold for April in Saskatchewan.  I guess things will keep happening pretty fast over the next 6 or 7 weeks.  I expect to hit 200 species some time around the beginning of May and 300 species by the end of May.  Do you think that's possible?

        Cheers,

        Harv

        Saskatchewan 2002 Bird List

        1. Eared Grebe
        2. American White Pelican
        3. Canada Goose
        4. Mallard
        5. Northern Pintail
        6. Northern Shoveller
        7. Redhead
        8. Lesser Scaup
        9. Common Goldeneye (Goldeneye)
        10. Bufflehead
        11. Hooded Merganser
        12. Red-breasted Merganser
        13. Common Merganser (Goosander)
        14. Ruddy Duck
        15. Bald Eagle
        16. Northern Harrier
        17. Sharp-shinned Hawk
        18. Cooper’s Hawk
        19. Northern Goshawk
        20. Broad-winger Hawk
        21. Red-tailed Hawk
        22. Ferruginous Hawk
        23. Rough-legged Hawk (Rough-legged Buzzard)
        24. Golden Eagle
        25. American Kestrel
        26. Merlin
        27. Gyrfalcon
        28. Prairie Falcon
        29. Spruce Grouse
        30. Willow Ptarmigan (Red Grouse)
        31. Ruffed Grouse
        32. Greater Sage-Grouse
        33. Sharp-tailed Grouse
        34. Gray Partridge (Grey Partridge)
        35. Ring-necked Pheasant (Pheasant)
        36. Killdeer
        37. Greater Yellowlegs
        38. Ring-billed Gull
        39. California Gull
        40. Herring Gull
        41. Franklin’s Gull
        42. Rock Dove
        43. Eurasian Collared-Dove
        44. Great Horned Owl
        45. Snowy Owl
        46. Great Gray Owl
        47. Northern Hawk Owl
        48. Boreal Owl
        49. Northern Saw-whet Owl
        50. Long-eared Owl
        51. Short-eared Owl
        52. Red-bellied Woodpecker
        53. Downy Woodpecker
        54. Hairy Woodpecker
        55. Three-toed Woodpecker
        56. Black-backed Woodpecker
        57. Northern Flicker
        58. Pileated Woodpecker
        59. Say’s Phoebe
        60. Horned Lark (Shore Lark)
        61. Golden-crowned Kinglet
        62. Bohemian Waxwing
        63. Cedar Waxwing
        64. Mountain Bluebird
        65. American Robin
        66. Varied Thrush
        67. Black-capped Chickadee
        68. Boreal Chickadee
        69. Red-breasted Nuthatch
        70. White-breasted Nuthatch
        71. Brown Creeper
        72. Northern Shrike (Great Grey Shrike)
        73. Gray Jay
        74. Blue Jay
        75. Black-billed Magpie
        76. American Crow
        77. Common Raven (Raven)
        78. European Starling (Starling)
        79. American Tree Sparrow
        80. White-throated Sparrow
        81. Harris’ Sparrow
        82. Dark-eyed Junco
        83. Lapland Longspur (Lapland Bunting)
        84. Snow Bunting
        85. Western Meadowlark
        86. Rusty Blackbird
        87. Brewer’s Blackbird
        88. Common Grackle
        89. Brown-headed Cowbird
        90. Pine Grosbeak
        91. Purple Finch
        92. House Finch
        93. Red Crossbill
        94. White-winged Crossbill
        95. Common Redpoll
        96. Hoary Redpoll
        97. Pine Siskin
        98. American Goldfinch
        99. Evening Grosbeak
        100. House Sparrow
      • Harv Lane
        Howdy, Well we ve had a productive couple of days and our list is jumping a little. We have reached 107 species and our ducks and shorebirds are starting to
        Message 3 of 6 , Apr 11 9:52 PM
          Howdy,
           
          Well we've had a productive couple of days and our list is jumping a little.  We have reached 107 species and our ducks and shorebirds are starting to arrive.  We should be getting our first Ruby-crowned Kinglets and Yellow-rumped Warblers soon, shouldn't we?
           
          Cheers,
          Harv

          Saskatchewan 2002 Bird List

          1. Eared Grebe
          2. American White Pelican
          3. Greater White-fronted Goose
          4. Snow Goose
          5. Canada Goose
          6. Green-winged Teal
          7. Mallard
          8. Northern Pintail
          9. Northern Shoveller
          10. Redhead
          11. Lesser Scaup
          12. Common Goldeneye (Goldeneye)
          13. Bufflehead
          14. Hooded Merganser
          15. Red-breasted Merganser
          16. Common Merganser (Goosander)
          17. Ruddy Duck
          18. Bald Eagle
          19. Northern Harrier
          20. Sharp-shinned Hawk
          21. Cooper’s Hawk
          22. Northern Goshawk
          23. Broad-winger Hawk
          24. Red-tailed Hawk
          25. Ferruginous Hawk
          26. Rough-legged Hawk (Rough-legged Buzzard)
          27. Golden Eagle
          28. American Kestrel
          29. Merlin
          30. Gyrfalcon
          31. Prairie Falcon
          32. Peregrine Falcon
          33. Spruce Grouse
          34. Willow Ptarmigan (Red Grouse)
          35. Ruffed Grouse
          36. Greater Sage-Grouse
          37. Sharp-tailed Grouse
          38. Gray Partridge (Grey Partridge)
          39. Ring-necked Pheasant (Pheasant)
          40. Sandhill Crane
          41. American Avocet
          42. Killdeer
          43. Greater Yellowlegs
          44. Ring-billed Gull
          45. California Gull
          46. Herring Gull
          47. Franklin’s Gull
          48. Rock Dove
          49. Eurasian Collared-Dove
          50. Mourning Dove
          51. Great Horned Owl
          52. Snowy Owl
          53. Great Gray Owl
          54. Northern Hawk Owl
          55. Boreal Owl
          56. Northern Saw-whet Owl
          57. Long-eared Owl
          58. Short-eared Owl
          59. Red-bellied Woodpecker
          60. Downy Woodpecker
          61. Hairy Woodpecker
          62. Three-toed Woodpecker
          63. Black-backed Woodpecker
          64. Northern Flicker
          65. Pileated Woodpecker
          66. Say’s Phoebe
          67. Horned Lark (Shore Lark)
          68. Golden-crowned Kinglet
          69. Bohemian Waxwing
          70. Cedar Waxwing
          71. Mountain Bluebird
          72. American Robin
          73. Varied Thrush
          74. Black-capped Chickadee
          75. Boreal Chickadee
          76. Red-breasted Nuthatch
          77. White-breasted Nuthatch
          78. Brown Creeper
          79. Northern Shrike (Great Grey Shrike)
          80. Gray Jay
          81. Blue Jay
          82. Black-billed Magpie
          83. American Crow
          84. Common Raven (Raven)
          85. European Starling (Starling)
          86. American Tree Sparrow
          87. White-throated Sparrow
          88. Harris’ Sparrow
          89. Dark-eyed Junco
          90. Lapland Longspur (Lapland Bunting)
          91. Snow Bunting
          92. Western Meadowlark
          93. Rusty Blackbird
          94. Brewer’s Blackbird
          95. Common Grackle
          96. Brown-headed Cowbird
          97. Pine Grosbeak
          98. Purple Finch
          99. House Finch
          100. Red Crossbill
          101. White-winged Crossbill
          102. Common Redpoll
          103. Hoary Redpoll
          104. Pine Siskin
          105. American Goldfinch
          106. Evening Grosbeak
          107. House Sparrow
        • Martin Bailey
          Add to the list Great Blue Heron. We saw one standing on snow out at the Weyburn Golf Course a few days ago. Martin ... From: Harv Lane To:
          Message 4 of 6 , Apr 12 6:27 AM
            Add to the list Great Blue Heron.  We saw one standing on snow out at the Weyburn Golf Course a few days ago.
             
            Martin
            ----- Original Message -----
            From: Harv Lane
            Sent: Thursday, April 11, 2002 10:52 PM
            Subject: [Saskbirds] Saskatchewan 2002 List
          • Harv Lane
            Hi folks, Well we have just completed the coldest April on record, or such is my belief. There were very few days which were even remotely warm and it boggles
            Message 5 of 6 , May 1, 2002
              Hi folks,
               
              Well we have just completed the coldest April on record, or such is my belief.  There were very few days which were even remotely warm and it boggles my mind (some people say I normally have a boggled mind) that any birds at all would come north in this kind of weather.  We have managed to identify 159 species which is well short of my prediction, a month ago, of 200 species.  I hope that we'll plug a few holes as all our migrants return in the next month.  I predict we will add an additional 100 species in May.  We still trail Surrey by about a dozen species but I believe this will be the month where we catch up.  A special thanks to the the SurreyBirders Group for making this absolutely horrid spring a little bit more interesting.
               
              Cheers,
              Harv
               
              May 1,  Saskatchewan 2002 Bird List
              1. Pied-billed Grebe
              2. Red-necked Grebe
              3. Horned Grebe (Slavonian Grebe)
              4. Eared Grebe (Black-necked Grebe)
              5. Western Grebe
              6. American White Pelican
              7. Double-crested Cormorant
              8. Great Blue Heron
              9. Tundra Swan
              10. Greater White-fronted Goose
              11. Snow Goose
              12. Ross’s Goose
              13. Canada Goose
              14. American Wigeon
              15. Gadwall
              16. Green-winged Teal
              17. Mallard
              18. Northern Pintail
              19. Blue-winged Teal
              20. Cinnamon Teal
              21. Northern Shoveler
              22. Canvasback
              23. Redhead
              24. Ring-necked Duck
              25. Greater Scaup
              26. Lesser Scaup
              27. Common Goldeneye (Goldeneye)
              28. Bufflehead
              29. Hooded Merganser
              30. Red-breasted Merganser
              31. Common Merganser (Goosander)
              32. Ruddy Duck
              33. Turkey Vulture
              34. Osprey
              35. Bald Eagle
              36. Northern Harrier
              37. Sharp-shinned Hawk
              38. Cooper’s Hawk
              39. Northern Goshawk
              40. Broad-winged Hawk
              41. Swainson’s Hawk
              42. Red-tailed Hawk
              43. Ferruginous Hawk
              44. Rough-legged Hawk (Rough-legged Buzzard)
              45. Golden Eagle
              46. American Kestrel
              47. Merlin
              48. Gyrfalcon
              49. Prairie Falcon
              50. Peregrine Falcon
              51. Spruce Grouse
              52. Willow Ptarmigan (Red Grouse)
              53. Ruffed Grouse
              54. Greater Sage-Grouse
              55. Sharp-tailed Grouse
              56. Gray Partridge (Grey Partridge)
              57. Ring-necked Pheasant (Pheasant)
              58. Sandhill Crane
              59. Whooping Crane
              60. American Coot
              61. Black-necked Stilt
              62. American Avocet
              63. Killdeer
              64. Common Snipe
              65. Hudsonian Godwit
              66. Marbled Godwit
              67. Long-billed Curlew
              68. Greater Yellowlegs
              69. Lesser Yellowlegs
              70. Willet
              71. Semipalmated Sandpiper
              72. Pectoral Sandpiper
              73. Ring-billed Gull
              74. California Gull
              75. Glaucous Gull
              76. Iceland Gull
              77. Herring Gull
              78. Bonaparte’s Gull
              79. Franklin’s Gull
              80. Rock Dove
              81. Eurasian Collared-Dove (Collared Dove)
              82. Mourning Dove
              83. Great Horned Owl
              84. Snowy Owl
              85. Great Gray Owl
              86. Northern Hawk Owl
              87. Burrowing Owl
              88. Boreal Owl
              89. Northern Saw-whet Owl
              90. Long-eared Owl
              91. Short-eared Owl
              92. Belted Kingfisher
              93. Red-bellied Woodpecker
              94. Yellow-bellied Sapsucker
              95. Downy Woodpecker
              96. Hairy Woodpecker
              97. Three-toed Woodpecker
              98. Black-backed Woodpecker
              99. Northern Flicker
              100. Pileated Woodpecker
              101. Eastern Phoebe
              102. Say’s Phoebe
              103. Horned Lark (Shore Lark)
              104. Purple Martin
              105. Tree Swallow
              106. American Pipit
              107. Golden-crowned Kinglet
              108. Ruby-crowned Kinglet
              109. Bohemian Waxwing
              110. Cedar Waxwing
              111. Eastern Bluebird
              112. Mountain Bluebird
              113. Hermit Thrush
              114. American Robin
              115. Varied Thrush
              116. Black-capped Chickadee
              117. Boreal Chickadee
              118. Red-breasted Nuthatch
              119. White-breasted Nuthatch
              120. Brown Creeper
              121. Northern Shrike (Great Grey Shrike)
              122. Gray Jay
              123. Blue Jay
              124. Black-billed Magpie
              125. American Crow
              126. Common Raven (Raven)
              127. European Starling (Starling)
              128. Yellow-rumped Warbler
              129. American Tree Sparrow
              130. Versper Sparrow
              131. Savannah Sparrow
              132. Fox Sparrow
              133. Song Sparrow
              134. Lincoln’s Sparrow
              135. White-throated Sparrow
              136. Harris’ Sparrow
              137. Dark-eyed Junco
              138. McCown’s Longspur
              139. Lapland Longspur (Lapland Bunting)
              140. Chestnut-collared Longspur
              141. Snow Bunting
              142. Red-winged Blackbird
              143. Western Meadowlark
              144. Yellow-headed Blackbird
              145. Rusty Blackbird
              146. Brewer’s Blackbird
              147. Common Grackle
              148. Brown-headed Cowbird
              149. Pine Grosbeak
              150. Purple Finch
              151. House Finch
              152. Red Crossbill (Common Crossbill)
              153. White-winged Crossbill (Two-barred Crossbill)
              154. Common Redpoll
              155. Hoary Redpoll
              156. Pine Siskin
              157. American Goldfinch
              158. Evening Grosbeak
              159. House Sparrow
            • M.W. Nickel
              Hi Harv; Isaw an Eastern Phoebe this morning near some abandoned farm buidings near the S.S. River west of Aberdeen. Menno Nickel ... ADVERTISEMENT ... Hi
              Message 6 of 6 , May 10, 2002
                Hi Harv; Isaw an Eastern Phoebe this morning near some abandoned farm buidings near the S.S. River west of Aberdeen.   Menno Nickel

                Harv Lane wrote:

                Howdy, Well we've had a productive couple of days and our list is jumping a little.  We have reached 107 species and our ducks and shorebirds are starting to arrive.  We should be getting our first Ruby-crowned Kinglets and Yellow-rumped Warblers soon, shouldn't we? Cheers,HarvSaskatchewan 2002 Bird List
                1. Eared Grebe
                2. American White Pelican
                3. Greater White-fronted Goose
                4. Snow Goose
                5. Canada Goose
                6. Green-winged Teal
                7. Mallard
                8. Northern Pintail
                9. Northern Shoveller
                10. Redhead
                11. Lesser Scaup
                12. Common Goldeneye (Goldeneye)
                13. Bufflehead
                14. Hooded Merganser
                15. Red-breasted Merganser
                16. Common Merganser (Goosander)
                17. Ruddy Duck
                18. Bald Eagle
                19. Northern Harrier
                20. Sharp-shinned Hawk
                21. Cooper’s Hawk
                22. Northern Goshawk
                23. Broad-winger Hawk
                24. Red-tailed Hawk
                25. Ferruginous Hawk
                26. Rough-legged Hawk (Rough-legged Buzzard)
                27. Golden Eagle
                28. American Kestrel
                29. Merlin
                30. Gyrfalcon
                31. Prairie Falcon
                32. Peregrine Falcon
                33. Spruce Grouse
                34. Willow Ptarmigan (Red Grouse)
                35. Ruffed Grouse
                36. Greater Sage-Grouse
                37. Sharp-tailed Grouse
                38. Gray Partridge (Grey Partridge)
                39. Ring-necked Pheasant (Pheasant)
                40. Sandhill Crane
                41. American Avocet
                42. Killdeer
                43. Greater Yellowlegs
                44. Ring-billed Gull
                45. California Gull
                46. Herring Gull
                47. Franklin’s Gull
                48. Rock Dove
                49. Eurasian Collared-Dove
                50. Mourning Dove
                51. Great Horned Owl
                52. Snowy Owl
                53. Great Gray Owl
                54. Northern Hawk Owl
                55. Boreal Owl
                56. Northern Saw-whet Owl
                57. Long-eared Owl
                58. Short-eared Owl
                59. Red-bellied Woodpecker
                60. Downy Woodpecker
                61. Hairy Woodpecker
                62. Three-toed Woodpecker
                63. Black-backed Woodpecker
                64. Northern Flicker
                65. Pileated Woodpecker
                66. Say’s Phoebe
                67. Horned Lark (Shore Lark)
                68. Golden-crowned Kinglet
                69. Bohemian Waxwing
                70. Cedar Waxwing
                71. Mountain Bluebird
                72. American Robin
                73. Varied Thrush
                74. Black-capped Chickadee
                75. Boreal Chickadee
                76. Red-breasted Nuthatch
                77. White-breasted Nuthatch
                78. Brown Creeper
                79. Northern Shrike (Great Grey Shrike)
                80. Gray Jay
                81. Blue Jay
                82. Black-billed Magpie
                83. American Crow
                84. Common Raven (Raven)
                85. European Starling (Starling)
                86. American Tree Sparrow
                87. White-throated Sparrow
                88. Harris’ Sparrow
                89. Dark-eyed Junco
                90. Lapland Longspur (Lapland Bunting)
                91. Snow Bunting
                92. Western Meadowlark
                93. Rusty Blackbird
                94. Brewer’s Blackbird
                95. Common Grackle
                96. Brown-headed Cowbird
                97. Pine Grosbeak
                98. Purple Finch
                99. House Finch
                100. Red Crossbill
                101. White-winged Crossbill
                102. Common Redpoll
                103. Hoary Redpoll
                104. Pine Siskin
                105. American Goldfinch
                106. Evening Grosbeak
                107. House Sparrow



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