2018 Year List and Gallery (274)



"Allie" our Mustached Parakeet


1    Blue-winged Teal



2    Mottled Duck



A Mottled x Mallard hybrid. True Mottled Ducks are becoming genetically affected by these hybridizations

3    Ring-necked Duck



4    Hooded Merganser



5    Pied-billed Grebe



6    Wood Stork




7    Double-Crested Cormorant



8    Anhinga








9    Great Blue Heron





10    Great Egret





11   Snowy Egret



12   Little Blue Heron





13   Tricolored Heron




14   Cattle Egret






15   Black-Crowned Night-Heron



16   White Ibis




17   Glossy Ibis



18   Black Vulture




19   Turkey Vulture




20   Osprey



21   Bald Eagle



22   Red-Shouldered Hawk





23   Gray-Headed Swamphen






24   Common Gallinule



25   American Coot



26   Limpkin








27   Sandhill Crane







28   Killdeer




29   Greater Yellowlegs





30   Mourning Dove




31   Belted Kingfisher



32   Red-Bellied Woodpecker



33   Pileated Woodpecker



34   American Kestrel



35   Eastern Phoebe



36   Great Crested Flycatcher




37   Blue Jay



38   Fish Crow




39   House Wren


40   American Robin


41   Gray Catbird





42   Northern Mockingbird



43   Palm Warbler


44  Savannah Sparrow



45   Red-winged Blackbird




46   Common Grackle




47   Boat-tailed Grackle




48   White-Winged Dove




49   Northern Cardinal



50   Indigo Bunting







51   Painted Bunting






52   American Goldfinch




53   House Sparrow




54   Crested Caracara




55   Muscovy Duck




56   Black-Bellied Whistling Duck

57   Northern Shoveler

58   Northern Harrier

59   Snail Kite

60   Purple Gallinule




61   Wilson's Snipe

62   Eurasian Collared Dove



63   Common Ground-Dove

64   Loggerhead Shrike


65   Tree Swallow
Seen near Ava Maria, Collier County on a cold January morning

66   Blue-Gray Gnatcatcher


67   Yellow-Rumped Warbler

68   Green Heron



69    Green-Winged Teal



70   Lesser Scaup

Seen at Ding Darling NWR, Sanibel Island 



71   Red-Breasted Merganser
A pair of Red Breasted Mergansers were seen diving for prey
 along the shoreline on Ft Myers Beach -
6 March 2018


72   Willet






73   Lesser Yellowlegs



74   Ring-billed Gull



75   American Crow

An American Crow seen at Everglades National Park



76   Rock Pigeon



77   Short-tailed Hawk


78   Red-tailed Hawk

79   Common Yellowthroat



80   Brown Pelican





81   Laughing Gull





82   Royal Gull






83   Surf Scoter


84   Common Loon


85   Yellow-Crowned Night-Heron





86   Black-Bellied Plover








87   Wilson's Plover






88   Piping Plover

Piping Plover seen in March at Bunche Beach Preserve




89   Sanderling









90   Ruddy Turnstone




91   Dunlin





92   Least Sandpiper




93   Western Sandpiper



94   Spotted Sandpiper



95  Herring Gull



96   European Starling




97   Black-Necked Stilt



98   American Avocet



99   Long-billed Dowitcher


100  Eastern Meadowlark




101  Greater Scaup



102  American Oystercatcher



103  Brown-headed Cowbird



104  Burrowing Owl





105  Florida Scrub Jay

Florida Scrub Jay seen at Oscar Scherer State Park




Florida Scrub Jay seen in Lehigh Acres



106  Monk Parakeet



107  Tufted Titmouse




106 Eastern Bluebird



109 Stilt Sandpiper


110 American Bittern

111 Carolina Chickadee

112  Ruby-crowned Kinglet

113  Chipping Sparrow

114  Eastern Towhee



115  Bufflehead


116  Ruddy Duck

117  Horned Grebe

118  Cooper's Hawk
This Cooper's Hawk landed on the boardwalk railing
 at Sweetwater Wetlands in Gainesville


119  Sora


120  Ruff
A female Ruff, a Eurasian species, seen at Sweetwater Wetlands in Gainesville

121  Forster's Tern

122  White-throated Sparrow

123  Swamp Sparrow

124  Snow Goose

125  Ross's Goose
Rare to Florida, Ross's Geese , in the company of Snow Geese, seen near Tallahassee

126  Wood Duck
Wood Ducks seen at Six-mile Cypress Slough Preserve


127  Canvasback
A Canvasback Duck seen at St Marks NWR in January

128  Redhead
A Redhead Duck seen at St Marks NWR in January

129  Barred Owl
One of a nesting pair of Barred Owls at Six-mile Cypress Slough Preserve - March

130  Yellow-bellied Sapsucker


131  Northern Flicker

132  Cedar Waxwing





133 American Wigeon

134 Mallard

135 Northern Pintail


136  Common Goldeneye

Common Goldeneye seen at St Marks NWR

137  American White Pelican




138 Downy Woodpecker


139  White-eyed Vireo

140  Blue-headed Vireo




141  Brown-headed Nuthatch

142  Sedge Wren

143  Carolina Wren




144  Rusty Blackbird

Rusty Blackbird observed at St Marks NWR

145  White-faced Ibis

146  Rosette Spoonbill



147  Canada Goose


148  Sprague's Pipit

149  Red-headed Woodpecker

Red-headed Woodpecker see at Florida Caverns State Park in January 

150  Hermit Thrush

151  Winter Wren

152  Golden-crowned Kinglet

153  Black-and-White Warbler



154 Orange-crowned Warbler

155  Black Skimmer



156  Fulvous Whistling Duck

157  Vermilion Flycatcher



158  Ash-throated Flycatcher


159  Reddish Egret

A radio monitored White-morphed Reddish Egret,
a Bunche Beach resident,
making a meal of a 
needle fish



160  Semipalmated Plover



161  Merlin


162  White-crowned Sparrow


163  Northern Gannet


164  Glaucous Gull



165  Great Black-backed Gull


Greater Black-backed Gull seen on Ft Myers Beach




166  Sandwich Tern



167  Whooping Crane




168  Pine Warbler



169 Yellow-throated Warbler




170  Great Horned Owl




171 Red-cockaded Woodpecker



172  Prairie Warbler



173 Bachman's Sparrow


174 Nanday Parakeet



175 Snowy Plover 

Snowy Plover seen on Ft Myers Beach



176 Peregrine Falcon
Peregrine Falcon consuming its kill


177 Lesser Black-backed Gull
Lesser Black-backed Gull seen on Ft Myers Beach


178 Black-throated Green Warbler




179 Baltimore Oriole


180 Red Knot


181  Giant Wood-rail 
An escapee on Sanibel Island


182  Northern Parula

183  Marbled Godwit

184  Short-billed Dowitcher
Seen on Bunche Beach in May




185 White-winged Scoter



186  Saltmarsh Sparrow

187 Least Bittern

188 Northern Bobwhite


189  Grasshopper Sparrow


190  Scissor tailed Flycatcher


191  Swainson's Hawk

192 Broadwinged Hawk

193 Barn Owl

194  Ruby-throated Hummingbird



195  Common Myna

196  Tropical Kingbird
Tropical Kingbird seen at Lucky Hammock 

197 Magnificent Frigatebird

198 Brown Thrasher



199 Swallow-tailed Kite


200 Purple Martin






201 Bronzed Cowbird


202 Blue Grosbeak

203 Caspian Tern


204 Chucks-Will-Widow


205 Lincoln's Sparrow

206 Whip-poor-Will

207 Bonaparte's Gull

208 Northern Waterthrush


209 King Rail

210 Eastern Screech Owl


211 Barn Swallow



212 Louisiana Waterthrush


213 Yellow-breasted Chat




214 Ovenbird

215 Common Tern


216 Yellow-throated Vireo

217 Wild Turkey



218 Hooded Warbler

219 Gray Kingbird


220 Red-eyed Vireo

221 Solitary Sandpiper
Seen at Six-mile Cypress Slough Preserve in April


222 Yellow-billed Cuckoo



223 Black-billed Cuckoo

224 Eastern Kingbird


225 Summer Tanager



226 Prothonotary Warbler

227 Tennessee Warbler

228 Yellow Warbler

229 Orchard Oriole

230 American Redstart


231 Veery


232 Upland Sandpiper


233 Rose-breasted Grosbeck

234 Scarlet Tanager

235 Wood Thrush


236 Swainson's Thrush

237 Least Tern


238 Common Nighthawk


239 Hairy Woodpecker



240 Blackpoll Warbler




241 Black-throated Blue Warbler




242 Bobolink

243 Semipalmated Sandpiper



244 House Crow


245 Cape May Warbler



246 Worm-eating Warbler

247 Chimney Swift

248 Northern Rough-winged Swallow

249 Magnolia Warbler

250 Black-capped Petrel

251 Wilson's Storm-Petrel

252 Audubon's Shearwater

253 Sooty Tern

254 Bridled Tern

255 Black Tern


256 Common Eider


257 Cliff Swallow

258 Bank Swallow

259 Pectoral Sandpiper


260 Egyptian Goose

261 Mangrove Cuckoo

263 Cave Swallow

264 Gull-billed Tern

264 House Finch

265 Whimbrel

266 Eastern Wood-Pewee



267 Least Flycatcher

268  Acadian Flycatcher

269 Bay-breasted Warbler

270 Chestnut-sided Warbler

271 Golden-winged Warbler

272 Lark Sparrow

273 Blackburnian Warbler


274 Marsh Wren





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