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2001 Christmas Bird Count Results

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December 15, 2001
Jo Loyd, Compiler

Tulsa Audubon Society participated in the 102nd National Audubon Society annual Christmas Bird Count. Eleven teams with a total of fifty-four people spent the day in the count circle with the result of 99 species and 23,500 individual birds tallied. The rare bird of the day was the Black Scoter at the Skiatook Sewage Ponds. Fairly common American Coots and Northern Bobwhite were missing from the lists and sparrows were low in numbers. The following is the list of species and numbers of birds counted. A special thanks to the teams who helped make this a good count, also, to Gail and Glenn Storey for hosting the soup supper following the count.

Common Loon, 5
Pied-billed Grebe, 22
Horned Grebe, 1
Double-crested Cormorant, 55
Great Blue Heron, 55
Canada Goose, 973
Wood Duck, 5
Gadwall, 544
American Wigeon, 6
Mallard, 857
Blue-winged Teal, 3
Northern Shoveler, 191
Green-winged Teal, 208
Canvasback, 1
Redhead, 2
Ring-necked Duck, 139
Greater, Scaup, 2
Lesser Scaup, 30
Black Scoter, 1
Bufflehead, 193
Hooded Merganser, 49
Red-breasted Merganser, 55
Ruddy Duck, 1
DUCK SPECIES, 35
Osprey, 1
Bald Eagle, 4
Northern Harrier, 8
Sharp-shinned Hawk, 3
Cooper's Hawk, 3
Red-shouldered Hawk, 45
Red-tailed Hawk, 64
ACCIPITER SPECIES, 1
HAWK SPECIES, 2
American Kestrel, 61
Prairie Falcon, 1
Killdeer, 68
Least Sandpiper, 50
Common Snipe, 2
Bonaparte's Gull, 394
Ring-billed Gull, 455
Rock Dove, 472
Mourning Dove, 135
Great Horned Owl, 6
Barred Owl, 4
Belted Kingfisher, 5
Red-headed Woodpecker, 135
Red-bellied Woodpecker, 56
Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, 6
Downy Woodpecker, 108
Hairy Woodpecker, 10
Northern Flicker, 88
Pileated Woodpecker, 8
Eastern Phoebe, 1
Loggerhead Shrike, 13
Blue Jay 453
American Crow, 850
Horned Lark, 23
Carolina Chickadee, 277
Tufted Titmouse, 153
White-breasted Nuthatch, 26
Brown Creeper, 6
Carolina Wren, 24
Winter Wren, 3
Golden-crowned Kinglet, 8
Ruby-crowned Kinglet, 19
Eastern Bluebird, 144
Hermit Thrush,. 2
American Robin, 410
Northern Mockingbird, 131
Brown Thrasher, 6
European Starling, 4953
American Pipit, 37
Cedar Waxwing, 333
Yellow-rumped Warbler, 56
Spotted Towhee, 12
Eastern Towhee, 6
American Tree Sparrow, 3
Shipping Sparrow, 14
Field Sparrow, 19
Savannah, Sparrow, 22
Fox Sparrow, 10
Song Sparrow, 109
Lincoln's Sparrow, 15
Swamp Sparrow, 10
White-throated Sparrow, 203
Harris's Sparrow, 199
White-crowned Sparrow, 87
Dark-eyed Junco, 1058
Smith's Longspur, 95
Northern Cardinal, 312
Red-winged Blackbird, 4234
Eastern Meadowlark, 218
Western Meadowlark, 1
Rusty Blackbird, 21
Brewer's Blackbird, 78
Common Grackle, 942
Great-tailed Grackle, 318
Brown-headed Cowbird, 370
BLACKBIRD SPECIES, 35
House Finch, 253
American Goldfinch, 203
House Sparrow, 1041
 

 

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