2002-2003 Caloosa Bird Club Cumulative Field Trip Results

These are the cumulative results for all of the species seen in the 2002-2003 season excluding the 2002 Ft. Myers Christmas Bird Count


 Common Loon  Herring Gull  Lincoln's Sparrow
 Pied-billed Grebe  Great Black-backed Gull Swamp Sparrow
 Horned Grebe  Caspian Tern  Red-winged Blackbird 
 Eared Grebe  Royal Tern Eastern Meadowlark
 American White Pelican  Sandwich Tern  Boat-tailed Grackle
 Brown Pelican  Common Tern  Common Grackle
Double-crested Cormorant  Forster's Tern  Bronzed Cowbird
 Anhinga  Least Tern  Brown-headed Cowbird
 Magnificent Frigatebird   Black Skimmer  House Finch
 Great Blue Heron  Rock Dove  American Goldfinch
 Great Egret  Eurasian Collared-Dove  House Sparrow 
 Snowy Egret  White-winged Dove  
Little Blue Heron  Mourning Dove

 187 species seen as of 03/11/03

 Tricolored Heron  Common Ground-Dove  
 Reddish Egret   Monk Parakeet  
 Cattle Egret  Red-masked Parakeet  
Green Heron  Yellow-chevroned Parakeet  
 Black-crowned Night-Heron  Mitred Parakeet  
 Yellow-crowned Night-Heron   Great Horned Owl  
White Ibis  Burrowing Owl  
 Glossy Ibis  Barred Owl  
 Roseate Spoonbill   Lesser Nighthawk  
 Wood Stork  Ruby-throated Hummingbird  
 Black-bellied Whistling-Duck  Belted Kingfisher  
Muscovy Duck Red-headed Woodpecker  
 Green-winged Teal  Red-bellied Woodpecker  
Mottled Duck  Yellow-bellied Sapsucker  
 Mallard  Downy Woodpecker  
 Northern Pintail  Hairy Woodpecker  
 Blue-winged Teal  Northern Flicker  
Northern Shoveler  Pileated Woodpecker  
 American Wigeon  Eastern Phoebe  
 Canvasback  Vermilion Flycatcher  
 Ring-necked Duck  Great Crested Flycatcher  
Lesser Scaup  Brown-crested Flycatcher  
 Surf Scoter Western Kingbird  
 Hooded Merganser  Scissor-tailed Flycatcher  
 Ruddy Duck  Purple Martin  
 Black Vulture  Tree Swallow  
Turkey Vulture  Northern Rough-winged Swallow  
Osprey  Barn Swallow  
 Swallow-tailed Kite  Blue Jay  
 Snail Kite  Florida Scrub-Jay  
 Bald Eagle  American Crow  
 Northern Harrier   Fish Crow  
 Sharp-shinned Hawk  Tufted Titmouse  
 Cooper's Hawk  Carolina Wren  
Red-shouldered Hawk  House Wren  
Short-tailed Hawk  Ruby-crowned Kinglet  
Red-tailed Hawk  Blue-gray Gnatcatcher  
Crested Caracara  Eastern Bluebird  
 American Kestrel  Hermit Thrush  
 Peregrine Falcon  American Robin  
 Northern Bobwhite  Gray Catbird  
 Sora  Northern Mockingbird  
 Purple Gallinule  Brown Thrasher  
Common Moorhen  American Pipit  
 American Coot  Cedar Waxwing  
 Limpkin  Loggerhead Shrike  
 Sandhill Crane  European Starling  
Black-bellied Plover  Common Myna  
 Snowy Plover  White-eyed Vireo  
Wilson's Plover  Blue-headed Vireo  
 Semipalmated Plover  Yellow-throated Vireo  
 Piping Plover  Northern Parula  
 Killdeer  Yellow Warbler  
 American Oystercatcher  Magnolia Warbler  
Black-necked Stilt  Yellow-rumped Warbler  
 American Avocet  Black-throated Green Warbler  
 Greater Yellowlegs  Yellow-throated Warbler  
 Lesser Yellowlegs  Pine Warbler  
 Willet  Prairie Warbler  
 Spotted Sandpiper  Palm Warbler  
Whimbrel  Black-and-white Warbler  
 Marbled Godwit  American Redstart  
 Ruddy Turnstone  Ovenbird  
 Red Knot  Northern Waterthrush  
 Sanderling  Common Yellowthroat  
 Western Sandpiper  Yellow-breasted Chat  
 Least Sandpiper  Indigo Bunting  
 Dunlin  Painted Bunting  
 Stilt Sandpiper  Northern Cardinal  
Short-billed Dowitcher  Eastern Towhee  
 Long-billed Dowitcher  Chipping Sparrow  
 Wilson's Snipe  Lark Sparrow  
Laughing Gull  Savannah Sparrow  
 Bonaparte's Gull  Grasshopper Sparrow  
 Ring-billed Gull Song Sparrow



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