[Ontbirds] Fwd: eBird Trip Summary -- Today

Jeff Skevington jhskevington at gmail.com
Sun Sep 4 17:30:59 EDT 2016


Good afternoon Ontbirders,

17 of us went on the Ottawa OFO outing today. We started at 07:30 at Mud
Lake and most later went on to Shirley's Bay. A few of us continued to
Constance Bay to finish off the day. We had a great groups with lots of
sharp eyes and in the end we saw 103 species. Highlights were 11 species of
shorebirds (best were Sanderlings in 2 locations) and 19 species of
warblers. Thanks to all of the participants for a fun day!

The ebird summary report for the day is below.

Good birding,

Jeff
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eBird Checklist Summary for: Sep 4, 2016

Number of Checklists: 4
Number of Taxa: 103

Checklists included in this summary:
(1): Ottawa--Britannia Conservation Area (Mud Lake)
Date: Sep 4, 2016, 07:37
(2): Ottawa--Shirley's Bay (Dyke)
Date: Sep 4, 2016, 11:08
(3): Ottawa area: Constance Creek at Vances Side Road
Date: Sep 4, 2016, 14:58
(4): Ottawa area: Constance Bay - RHWO site
Date: Sep 4, 2016, 15:16

40 Canada Goose -- (1),(2)
25 Wood Duck -- (1),(2),(3)
5 American Wigeon -- (2)
16 American Black Duck -- (2)
60 Mallard -- (1),(2)
120 Blue-winged Teal -- (2)
2 Northern Pintail -- (2)
80 Green-winged Teal -- (2)
12 Lesser Scaup -- (2)
5 Hooded Merganser -- (1),(2)
12 Common Merganser -- (1)
3 Pied-billed Grebe -- (1)
75 Double-crested Cormorant -- (1),(2)
4 Great Blue Heron -- (1),(2),(3)
6 Great Egret -- (1),(2)
3 Green Heron -- (1)
9 Turkey Vulture -- (1),(2)
3 Osprey -- (1),(2)
2 Cooper's Hawk -- (1)
1 Bald Eagle -- (2)
1 Black-bellied Plover -- (1)
8 Semipalmated Plover -- (2)
12 Killdeer -- (2)
5 Sanderling -- (1),(2)
33 Least Sandpiper -- (2)
4 Pectoral Sandpiper -- (2)
5 Semipalmated Sandpiper -- (2)
1 Wilson's Snipe -- (2)
4 Spotted Sandpiper -- (1),(2)
3 Greater Yellowlegs -- (2)
6 Lesser Yellowlegs -- (2)
8 Bonaparte's Gull -- (1)
304 Ring-billed Gull -- (1),(2)
20 Herring Gull -- (1)
4 Great Black-backed Gull -- (1)
1 Caspian Tern -- (1)
2 Common Tern -- (1)
3 Rock Pigeon (Feral Pigeon) -- (1)
1 Mourning Dove -- (2)
3 Ruby-throated Hummingbird -- (1),(2),(4)
3 Belted Kingfisher -- (1),(2)
1 Yellow-bellied Sapsucker -- (2)
9 Downy Woodpecker -- (1),(2),(4)
4 Hairy Woodpecker -- (1),(2),(4)
10 Northern Flicker -- (1),(2),(4)
1 Pileated Woodpecker -- (1)
3 Merlin -- (1),(2),(3)
1 Peregrine Falcon -- (2)
3 Eastern Wood-Pewee -- (2),(3),(4)
4 Eastern Phoebe -- (1)
1 Eastern Kingbird -- (1)
1 Blue-headed Vireo -- (1)
1 Philadelphia Vireo -- (4)
5 Warbling Vireo (Eastern) -- (1)
9 Red-eyed Vireo -- (1),(2),(4)
15 Blue Jay -- (1),(2),(4)
9 American Crow -- (1),(2),(4)
2 Common Raven -- (1),(2)
1 swallow sp. -- (1)
24 Black-capped Chickadee -- (1),(2),(4)
7 White-breasted Nuthatch (Eastern) -- (1),(2),(4)
3 Brown Creeper -- (1),(2)
1 House Wren -- (1)
1 Eastern Bluebird -- (3)
1 Veery -- (1)
1 American Robin -- (1)
4 Gray Catbird -- (1)
1 Brown Thrasher -- (2)
4 European Starling -- (1)
4 American Pipit -- (2)
67 Cedar Waxwing -- (1),(2)
1 Ovenbird -- (2)
3 Northern Waterthrush -- (1),(2)
8 Black-and-white Warbler -- (1),(2),(4)
6 Tennessee Warbler -- (1),(2)
3 Nashville Warbler -- (1),(2)
2 Common Yellowthroat -- (1),(2)
5 American Redstart -- (1),(2)
11 Cape May Warbler -- (1),(2)
5 Northern Parula -- (1),(2),(4)
5 Magnolia Warbler -- (1),(2),(4)
3 Bay-breasted Warbler -- (1)
5 Blackburnian Warbler -- (1),(2),(4)
2 Yellow Warbler -- (1),(2)
1 Chestnut-sided Warbler -- (4)
2 Blackpoll Warbler -- (1),(2)
3 Palm Warbler (Western) -- (2)
52 Yellow-rumped Warbler -- (1),(2),(4)
4 Black-throated Green Warbler -- (1),(2),(4)
1 Wilson's Warbler -- (1)
2 White-throated Sparrow -- (1),(2)
1 Savannah Sparrow -- (1)
4 Song Sparrow -- (1),(2)
5 Swamp Sparrow -- (2),(3)
2 Scarlet Tanager -- (1),(2)
2 Northern Cardinal -- (1)
3 Rose-breasted Grosbeak -- (1),(2)
1 Red-winged Blackbird -- (1)
1 Common Grackle -- (1)
1 House Finch -- (1)
1 Purple Finch -- (1)
6 American Goldfinch -- (1),(2)
1 House Sparrow -- (1)

This trip summary was created using the eBird app for iPhone and iPad.
See eBird
<http://help.ebird.org/customer/portal/articles/1848031-ebird-mobile-apps-overview>
for more information.


-- 
Jeff Skevington, Research Scientist
Canadian National Collection of Insects, Arachnids and Nematodes
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
960 Carling Avenue, K.W. Neatby Building
Ottawa, ON, K1A 0C6, Canada
Phone: 613-720-2862
FAX: 613-759-1927
E-mail: jhskevington at gmail.com



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