2024 Celery Farm Bird Checklist

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This list of 222 birds is based on eBird data of reported species at the Celery Farm in the previous 10 years as of May, 2023, minus three exotics and various hybrids. If you see a bird not on the list, please report it to eBird and it will be added here.

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Occurrence Key
AAbundantSpecies which is very numerous
CCommonShould be seen or heard in suitable habitat
UUncommonLikely to be present, but not likely to be seen or heard
OOccasionalSeen only a few times each season
RRarePossible to be present, but not seen every year
XVery RareSeen only once or twice
*Known to have nested

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Seasons
WinterWiDecember-February
SpringSpMarch-May
SummerSuJune-August
FallFaSeptember-November

 

 

 

SpeciesWiSpSuFa
Waterfowl
Snow GooseRR
BrantRR
Cackling GooseX
Canada Goose*CAAA
Mute Swan*UUU
Tundra SwanX
Wood Duck*RCCC
Blue-winged TealURR
Northern ShovelerUU
GadwallUU
American WigeonOU
Mallard*CAAA
American Black DuckRCXC
Northern PintailRR
Green-winged TealRURC
CanvasbackXXX
RedheadX
Ring-necked DuckUU
Lesser ScaupXX
BuffleheadXR
Common GoldeneyeX
Hooded MerganserRCXC
Common MerganserRUR
Red-breasted MerganserX
Ruddy DuckRUU
Grouse, Quail, and Allies
Wild TurkeyUUUU
Ring-necked Pheasant*XXXX
Grebes
Pied-billed GrebeORU
Pigeons and Doves
Rock PigeonUUUU
Mourning Dove*CCAA
Cuckoos
Yellow-billed Cuckoo*OOR
Black-billed CuckooOOR
Nightjars
Common NighthawkUUU
Swifts
Chimney SwiftUUU
Hummingbirds
Ruby-throated Hummingbird*UUU
Rufous HummingbirdXXX
Rails, Gallinules, and Allies
Virginia Rail*UUUO
SoraROOO
Common Moorhen*RRR
American CootRRO
Shorebirds
Semi-palmated PloverRRR
KilldeerXCCC
Stilt SandpiperX
Least SandpiperCCC
White-rumped SandpiperXXX
Pectoral SandpiperUUU
Semipalmated SandpiperOOO
Western SandpiperXX
Short-billed DowitcherRRR
Long-billed DowitcherXRR
American Woodcock*UXR
Wilson's SnipeXUU
Wilson's PhalaropeXXX
Red-necked PhalaropeX
Spotted SandpiperUUU
Solitary SandpiperUUU
Greater YellowlegsUUU
Lesser YellowlegsOOO
Gulls, Terns, and Skimmers
Bonaparte's GullX
Ring-billed GullCCUC
Herring GullRUUU
Glaucous GullX
Great Black-backed GullORO
Caspian TernXX
Black TernXX
Loons
Common LoonXOR
Cormorants and Anhingas
Great CormorantX
Double-crested CormorantCCU
Herons, Ibis, and Allies
American BitternORO
Least Bittern*RR
Great Blue HeronOCCC
Great EgretCCU
Snowy EgretRRR
Little Blue HeronRRR
Green Heron*CCU
Black-crowned Night HeronUUU
Yellow-crowned Night HeronRR
Glossy IbisRR
Vultures, Hawks, and Allies
Black VultureUUUU
Turkey VultureCCCC
OspreyCOU
Northern HarrierRORU
Sharp-shinned HawkRUU
Northern GoshawkXXX
Cooper's HawkUUUU
Bald EagleUUUU
Red-shouldered HawkUCCU
Broad-winged HawkURU
Red-tailed Hawk*CCUC
Owls
Eastern Screech Owl*UUUU
Great Horned OwlUUOU
Barred OwlUUUU
Short-eared OwlX
Northern Saw-whet OwlXX
Kingfishers
Belted KingfisherOCCC
Woodpeckers
Yellow-bellied SapsuckerUUU
Red-bellied Woodpecker*CCCC
Downy Woodpecker*CCCC
Hairy Woodpecker*CCUU
Pileated WoodpeckerUUUU
Northern Flicker*RCCC
Falcons and Caracaras
American KestrelRRRO
MerlinXRXO
Peregrine FalconXRXR
Tyrant Flycatchers: Pewees, Kingbirds, and Allies
Olive-sided FlycatcherRRR
Eastern Wood PeeweeUUO
Yellow-bellied FlycatcherRRR
Alder FlycatcherOR
Willow Flycatcher*CCO
Least FlycatcherOOO
Eastern Phoebe*RCUC
Great Crested FlycatcherUUU
Eastern Kingbird*CCO
SpeciesWiSpSuFa
Vireos
White-eyed VireoRRO
Yellow-throated VireoUU
Blue-headed VireoOOO
Philadelphia VireoRRR
Warbling Vireo*CCU
Red-eyed Vireo*UUU
Jays, Magpies, Crows, and Ravens
Blue Jay*CCCC
American Crow*CCCC
Fish CrowUUU
Common RavenUUUU
Tits, Chickadees, and Titmice
Black-capped Chickadee*CCCC
Tufted Titmouse*CCCC
Larks
Horned LarkX
Martins and Swallows
Northern Rough-winged SwallowCCR
Purple MartinRR
Tree Swallow*AAU
Bank SwallowOOR
Barn Swallow*CCU
Cliff SwallowRRR
Kinglets
Ruby-crowned KingletUUU
Golden-crowned KingletUUU
Nuthatches
Red-breasted NuthatchRRR
White-breasted NuthatchCCCC
Treecreepers
Brown CreeperOOO
Gnatcatchers
Blue-gray GnatcatcherUOR
Wrens
House Wren*CCU
Winter WrenROO
Marsh WrenXRRR
Carolina Wren*UCCC
Starlings and Mynas
European Starling*CCCC
Catbirds, Mockingbirds, and Thrashers
Gray Catbird*CCC
Brown Thrasher*UUO
Northern Mockingbird*OUUU
Thrushes
Eastern BluebirdUUU
Veery*UUU
Gray-cheeked ThrushROO
Swainson's ThrushUUU
Hermit ThrushOCCU
Wood Thrush*UUU
American Robin*RCCC
Waxwings
Cedar Waxwing*RUUU
Old World Sparrows
House SparrowUUUU
Wagtails and Pipits
American PipitX
Finches, Euphonias, and Allies
Evening GrosbeakXX
House FinchUUUU
Purple FinchRURU
Pine SiskinRR
American GoldfinchUCCC
Longspurs and Snow Buntings
Lapland LongspurX
New World Sparrows
Chipping SparrowORO
Clay-colored SparrowX
Field SparrowRR
American Tree SparrowOOO
Fox SparrowRUU
Dark-eyed JuncoCCC
White-crowned SparrowORO
White-throated SparrowCCXC
Vesper SparrowOO
Savannah SparrowORO
Song Sparrow*OCCC
Lincoln's SparrowRR
Swamp Sparrow*UUU
Eastern TowheeURU
Chats
Yellow-breasted ChatRRR
Blackbirds
BobolinkOUU
Eastern MeadowlarkOO
Orchard Oriole*UU
Baltimore Oriole*XCCO
Red-winged Blackbird*RACU
Brown-headed Cowbird*RCCC
Rusty BlackbirdUUU
Common Grackle*OAAA
Wood Warblers
OvenbirdURU
Worm-eating WarblerOOO
Louisiana WaterthrushRR
Northern WaterthrushCUU
Blue-winged WarblerORO
Black and White WarblerURU
Prothonotary WarblerRX
Tennessee WarblerRRR
Orange-crowned WarblerXR
Nashville WarblerRR
Connecticut WarblerR
Mourning WarblerORX
Common YellowthroatAAC
Hooded WarblerRX
American RedstartCUC
Cape May WarblerRX
Northern ParulaOU
Magnolia WarblerURU
Bay-breasted WarblerOOR
Blackburnian WarblerRRR
Yellow Warbler*AAO
Chestnut-sided WarblerRRO
Blackpoll WarblerOOO
Black-throated Blue WarblerORO
Palm WarblerCRU
Pine WarblerURR
Yellow-rumped WarblerCXC
Yellow-throated WarblerU
Prairie WarblerRRR
Black-throated Green WarblerORO
Canada WarblerUOR
Wilson's WarblerURO
Cardinals, Grosbeaks, and Allies
Scarlet TanagerORO
Northern Cardinal*CCCC
Rose-breasted Grosbeak*UU
Indigo Bunting*UR
DickcisselOOO