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BIRDS OF BEXAR COUNTY TEXAS

A Seasonal Field Checklist

2004 Edition

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Introduction: Bexar County covers an area of 1246 square miles in south central Texas with habitats varying from the Hill Country, to Post Oak Savannah, to Blackland Prairie, to South Texas brush Country, and includes the Medina and San Antonio River Valleys. This checklist was prepared by the checklist committee of the SAAS with input from other members.

Purpose: This Field Checklist is designed to update the SAAS Seasonal Checklist of 1995. It follows the Texas Ornithological Society’s (TOS) checklist of 2003 in sequence and nomenclature. Latin names are not included as the English names used are the Standard English names as used by the AOU and TOS.

Basic Format: The basic format includes four season designations for each species included in the TOS checklist that has occurred in our county. The probability status of each species is not definitive.

Legend: The probability of being encountered (as distinct from “abundance”) in a full day’s effort in the appropriate habitat and in the proper season-of-occurrence is indicated as such:
C= Common: to be expected on an outing
F= Fairly common: should be seen from 1/3 to 2/3 of outings
U= Uncommon: expected to be seen on < 1/3 of outings
R= Rare: rarely seen.
V= Very rare: so unexpected it needs verified documentation.

Reporting Unusual Birds: Species in the "R" category should be reported to the SAAS telephone hotline at (210) 308-6788 or online at the SAAS Website. Indicate when and where the bird was seen, and any details that would help others to find it. Please mention any field marks and/or behaviors used to make the identification. Members of SATXbirds listserve should also submit their reports to the list at <satxbirds@egroups.com>. Any "V" should be reported as above and also to the SAAS Bird Records Committee at <>.

Documentation: We do not encourage the taking of specimens under any circumstances. A good quality photograph, a sound recording, and/or a description that was written or dictated at time of observation are encouraged.

Seasons:
Sp (spring) March, April, and May but also used for transit migrants on northward passage.
Su (summer) June, July, and August but also used for breeding species that may arrive earlier or depart later.
Fa (fall) September, October, and November but also used for transit migrants on southward passage.
Wi (winter) December, January, and February but also used for species that over-winter which may arrive earlier or depart later.

Species Status:
n -- species that are known to nest and breed in the county.
= -- bred historically in old records
l -- species that are very local in their occurrence in the county.
i -- irruptive or invasion species that in some years may be much more common than expected and in other years may be absent.
h -- hypothetical in that although it was well observed and described and accepted by the Bird Records Committee, it was seen by only one observer (or two or more observers in the same family) and is without confirming evidence such as specimen, photos, or tape recordings.
s -- status uncertain in that species was seen by two or more observers but confirming evidence is lacking.

Reporting forms
: Rare Bird Report Forms are available through the SAAS website and Monthly Report Forms for bird sightings are available at the monthly SAAS meetings and on request through the SAAS Telephone line: (210) 308-6788. [You may also fill out the online form.] Bird reports should be submitted to the chairman of the SAAS Bird Records Committee at <> by the 5th of the month following the sightings so they can be reviewed for inclusion in the SAAS Newsletter. All sightings will then become part of the permanent Bird Records of the SAAS.

Acknowledgements
: This checklist was put in final form by Eric Brierley, president of SAAS, and Dodge Engleman, chairman of the checklist committee. The other committee members are: Sumner Dana, Steve Hawkins, Ernie Roney, Willie Sekula, and Bob Doe. We graciously acknowledge assistance from Georgina Schwartz and Bill Holliday. [Electronic version by SAAS webmaster Jan McClintock; please report any typos to <webmaster@saaudubon.org>]

This checklist is copyrighted ©2004 by the San Antonio Audubon Society Inc. Reproduction rights are granted only for personal use.

Birding Sites in and around San Antonio has information on where to bird in Bexar County and surrounding areas.


ANSERIFORMES
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Black-bellied Whistling-Duck
C
C
C
C
n
Fulvous Whistling-Duck
R
V
V
V
 
Greater White-fronted Goose
V
 
R
R
 
Snow Goose
R
 
R
R
 
Ross's Goose
 
 
 
R
 
Canada Goose
R
 
U
U
 
Tundra Swan
 
 
 
V
 
Wood Duck
F
F
F
F
n
Gadwall
C
R
C
C
n
American Black Duck
 
 
 
V
 
American Wigeon
C
R
C
C
 
Mallard
U
U
U
U
n
 Mottled Duck
R
R
R
R
 
Blue-winged Teal
C
R
C
F
n
Cinnamon Teal
U
V
U
U
n
Northern Shoveler
C
R
C
C
n
Northern Pintail
C
R
C
C
 
Green-winged Teal
C
R
C
C
 
Canvasback
U
V
U
U
 
Redhead
U
R
U
U
 
Ring-necked Duck
U
R
U
F
 
Greater Scaup
V
V
R
R
 
Lesser Scaup
C
R
C
C
 
Surf Scoter
 
 
V
V
 
White-winged Scoter
V
 
V
V
 
Black Scoter
 
 
 
V
s
Long-tailed Duck
 
 
V
V
 
Bufflehead
C
V
C
C
 
Common Goldeneye
V
 
R
R
 
Hooded Merganser
R
 
F
F
 
Common Merganser
 
 
 
V
 
Red-breasted Merganser
V
 
R
R
 
Masked Duck
V
 
 
 
 
Ruddy Duck
C
R
C
C

n

Galliformes
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Wild Turkey
R
R
R
R
n
Scaled Quail
V
V
V
V
o
Northern Bobwhite
F
C
F
U
n
Montezuma Quail
 
V
 
V
o
GAVIIFORMES
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Red-throated Loon
 
 
V
V
s
Pacific Loon
 
 
V
V
s
Common Loon
V
V
R
R
 
PODICEPIFORMES
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Least Grebe
U
R
U
F
n
Pied-billed Grebe
C
C
C
C
n
Horned Grebe
 
 
R
R
 
Red-necked Grebe
 
 
 
V
 
Eared Grebe
C
R
C
C
o
Western Grebe
R
V
V
R
 
PROCELLARIIFORMES
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Band-rumped Storm-Petrel
 
V
 
 
 
PELECANIFORMES
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
American White Pelican
C
C
C
C
 
Brown Pelican
R
R
R
R
 
Neotropic Cormorant
U
C
C
U
 
Double-crested Cormorant
C
R
C
C
 
Anhinga
R
R
R
R
o
Magnificent Frigatebird
 
V
V
 
 
CICONIFORMES
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
American Bittern
R
 
R
R
 
Least Bittern
U
U
U
 
n, l
Great Blue Heron
C
U
C
C
 
Great Egret
C
C
C
C
n
Snowy Egret
F
C
F
U
n
Little Blue Heron
F
F
F
R
n
Tricolored Heron
R
F
F
R
 
Reddish Egret
 
V
V
 
 
Cattle Egret
C
C
C
U
n
Green Heron 
C
C
C
R
n
Black-crowned Night-Heron
C
F
C
C
n
Yellow-crowned Night-Heron
C
C
C
R
n
White Ibis
R
R
R
V
Glossy Ibis
V
V
White-faced Ibis
F
U
F
R
o
Roseate Spoonbill
R
U
U
R
Wood Stork
V
R
R
i
Black Vulture
C
C
C
C
n
Turkey Vulture
C
C
C
C

n

FALCONIFORMES
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Osprey
F
U
U
F
l
Hook-billed Kite
V
s
Swallow-tailed Kite
V
V
V
White-tailed Kite
V
R
R
V
Mississippi Kite
U
R
U
Bald Eagle
V
V
R
Northern Harrier
C
V
C
C
Sharp-shinned Hawk
F
V
F
F
Cooper's Hawk
F
V
F
F
n
Northern Goshawk
V
V
Common Black-Hawk
V
V
Harris's Hawk
U
U
U
U
n
Red-shouldered Hawk
F
F
F
F
n
Broad-winged Hawk
U
R
Swainson's Hawk
F
U
F
V
n,l
White-tailed Hawk
V
V
V
V
Zone-tailed Hawk
R
R
R
o
Red-tailed Hawk
C
F
C
C
n
Ferruginous Hawk
R
R
U
Rough-legged Hawk
V
V
R
Golden Eagle
R
R
R
Crested Caracara
F
F
F
F
n
American Kestrel
C
R
C
C
Merlin
R
R
R
Peregrine Falcon
R
R
R
Prairie Falcon
V
V
GRUIFORMES
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
King Rail
V
V
V
o
Virginia Rail
V
V
R
Sora
U
U
F
l
Purple Gallinule
R
R
R
n
Common Moorhen
F
C
F
F
n,l
American Coot
C
U
C
C
n
Sandhill Crane
R
V
R
R
Whooping Crane
V
s
CHARADRIIFORMES
CHARADRIIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Black-bellied Plover
R
V
R
V
American Golden-Plover
R
V
R
R
Snowy Plover
R
R
R
V
Wilson's Plover
V
V
Semipalmated Plover
U
U
U
R
Piping Plover
V
V
R
V
Killdeer
C
C
C
C
n
Mountain Plover
V
V
V
RECURVIROSTRIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Black-necked Stilt
C
C
C
R
n
American Avocet
C
U
U
R
n
JACANIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Northern Jacana
V
n
SCOLOPACIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Greater Yellowlegs
C
U
C
U
Lesser Yellowlegs
C
U
C
U
Solitary Sandpiper
U
U
U
U
Willet
R
V
R
Spotted Sandpiper
C
U
C
C
Upland Sandpiper
U
R
U
Whimbrel
R
V
V
Long-billed Curlew
R
V
R
Hudsonian Godwit
R
V
Marbled Godwit
V
R
V
Ruddy Turnstone
R
R
R
Red Knot
V
Sanderling
R
R
R
Semipalmated Sandpiper
U
U
U
Western Sandpiper
C
U
C
R
Least Sandpiper
C
F
C
C
White-rumped Sandpiper
U
V
U
Baird's Sandpiper
C
V
C
V
Pectoral Sandpiper
F
U
F
V
Dunlin
R
V
R
R
Curlew Sandpiper
V
s
Stilt Sandpiper
F
V
F
R
Buff-breasted Sandpiper
R
R
R
R
Ruff
V
V
V
V
Short-billed Dowitcher
R
V
R
Long-billed Dowitcher
C
F
C
U
Wilson's Snipe
C
V
C
C
American Woodcock
V
R
Wilson's Phalarope
C
U
C
R
Red-necked Phalarope
V
V
V
LARIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Parasitic Jaeger
V
V
i
Long-tailed Jaeger
V
i
Laughing Gull
R
R
R
R
Franklin's Gull
F
R
F
V
Little Gull
V
s
Bonaparte's Gull
R
R
C
Mew Gull
V
s
Ring-billed Gull
C
R
C
C
California Gull
V
V
V
Herring Gull
R
V
R
U
Lesser Black-backed Gull
V
s
Glaucous Gull
V
s
Sabine's Gull
V
Black-legged Kittiwake
V
R
STERNINAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Gull-billed Tern
V
V
i
Caspian Tern
R
V
R
V
Royal Tern
V
V
i
Common Tern
R
V
R
Forster's Tern
C
R
U
C
Least Tern
R
R
R
Bridled Tern
V
s
Sooty Tern
V
V
i
Black Tern
U
U
U
Black Skimmer
R
R
R
V
COLUMBIFORMES
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Rock Pigeon
C
C
C
C
n
Eurasian Collared-Dove
R
R
R
R
White-winged Dove
C
C
C
C
n
Mourning Dove
C
C
C
C
n
Inca Dove
C
C
C
C
n
Common Ground-Dove
F
F
F
U
n
PSITTACIFORMES
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Monk Parakeet
R
R
R
R
n,l
Green Parakeet
V
V
V
V
CUCULIFORMES
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Black-billed Cuckoo
R
V
R
Yellow-billed Cuckoo
C
C
C
V
Greater Roadrunner
F
F
F
F
Groove-billed Ani
R
U
U
l
STRIGIFORMES
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Barn Owl
U
U
U
U
n
Western Screech-Owl
V
s
Eastern Screech-Owl
U
U
U
U
n
Great Horned Owl
U
U
U
U
n
Snowy Owl
V
s,i
Elf Owl
V
V
Burrowing Owl
V
V
R
Barred Owl
U
U
U
U
n
Long-eared Owl
R
V
R
Short-eared Owl
R
R
R
CAPRIMULGIFORMES
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Lesser Nighthawk
U
U
U
n
Common Nighthawk
C
C
C
n
Common Pauraque
V
s
Common Poorwill
R
V
R
V
n
Chuck-will's-widow
F
F
F
n
Whip-poor-will
U
R
V
APODIFORMES
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Chimney Swift
C
C
C
V
n
White-throated Swift
V
Green Violet-ear
V
Broad-billed Hummingbird
V
s
Buff-bellied Hummingbird
V
V
R
V
Magnificent Hummingbird
V
s
Lucifer Hummingbird
V
Ruby-throated Hummingbird
C
R
C
V
Black-chinned Hummingbird
C
C
C
V
n
Anna's Hummingbird
R
R
Calliope Hummingbird
V
V
Broad-tailed Hummingbird
R
V
R
Rufous Hummingbird
R
R
U
U
Allen's Hummingbird
V
V
V
CORACIIFORMES
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Ringed Kingfisher
V
V
Belted Kingfisher
C
U
C
C
o
Green Kingfisher
U
U
U
U
n
PICIFORMES
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Red-headed Woodpecker
V
V
R
R
o
Golden-fronted Woodpecker
C
C
C
C
n
Red-bellied Woodpecker
V
V
Yellow-bellied Sapsucker
U
U
U
Red-naped Sapsucker
V
s
Ladder-backed Woodpecker
C
C
C
C
n
Downy Woodpecker
R
R
R
U
n
Hairy Woodpecker
V
h
Northern Flicker
F
F
F
Pileated Woodpecker
V
o
 
PASSERIFORMES
TYRANNIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Olive-sided Flycatcher
U
R
U
Greater Pewee
V
Western Wood-Pewee
R
R
Eastern Wood-Pewee
C
U
U
n
Yellow-bellied Flycatcher
U
R
U
Acadian Flycatcher
C
F
F
o
Alder Flycatcher
U
R
U
Willow Flycatcher
U
R
U
Least Flycatcher
C
R
U
Cordilleran Flycatcher
V
Black Phoebe
V
V
R
Eastern Phoebe
C
U
C
C
n
Say's Phoebe
R
R
F
i
Vermilion Flycatcher
F
R
F
C
o,l
Ash-throated Flycatcher
C
F
U
F
n
Great Crested Flycatcher
C
C
F
n
Brown-crested Flycatcher
U
U
R
n
Great Kiskadee
V
Couch's Kingbird
U
U
U
U
n
Cassin's Kingbird
V
s
Western Kingbird
C
C
F
V
n
Eastern Kingbird
F
R
R
o
Scissor-tailed Flycatcher
C
C
C
V
n
LANIIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Loggerhead Shrike
C
F
C
C
n
VIREONIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
White-eyed Vireo
C
C
C
F
n
Bell's Vireo
F
F
U
V
n
Black-capped Vireo
R
R
n
Yellow-throated Vireo
R
R
R
V
o
Plumbeous Vireo
V
V
Blue-headed Vireo
C
C
U
Hutton's Vireo
R
R
R
R
n,l
Warbling Vireo
U
U
Philadelphia Vireo
U
V
U
Red-eyed Vireo
F
R
R
n
CORVIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Blue Jay
C
C
C
C
n
Green Jay
V
V
V
V
o
Western Scrub-Jay
C
C
C
C
n
American Crow
C
C
C
C
n
Chihuanhuan Raven
V
Common Raven
U
U
U
U
n
ALAUDIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Horned Lark
V
R
R
HIRUNDINIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Purple Martin
C
C
U
V
n
Tree Swallow
F
U
F
R
o
Violet-green Swallow
V
h
Northern Rough-winged Swallow
F
U
F
V
n
Bank Swallow
U
U
U
V
Cliff Swallow
C
C
C
V
n
Cave Swallow
C
C
C
C
n
Barn Swallow
C
C
C
R
n
PARIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Carolina Chickadee
C
C
C
C
n
Tufted Titmouse
V
Black-crested Titmouse
C
C
C
C
n
REMIZIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Verdin
F
F
F
F
n
AEGITHALIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Bushtit
R
R
R
R
n
SITTIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Red-breasted Nuthatch
R
R
R
i
White-breasted Nuthatch
V
R
CERTHIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Brown Creeper
R
R
R
TROGLODYTIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Cactus Wren
U
U
U
U
n
Rock Wren
R
R
R
R
o
Canyon Wren
U
U
U
U
n
Carolina Wren
C
C
C
C
n
Bewick's Wren
C
C
C
C
n
House Wren
C
C
C
Winter Wren
R
R
R
Sedge Wren
R
R
Marsh Wren
F
F
F
REGULIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Golden-crowned Kinglet
R
R
R
Ruby-crowned Kinglet
C
C
C
SYLVIIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
C
U
F
F
n
Black-tailed Gnatcatcher
V
V
V
TURDIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Eastern Bluebird
U
R
U
F
n
Western Bluebird
V
V
Mountain Bluebird
V
V
Townsend's Solitaire
V
V
Veery
R
V
V
Gray-cheeked Thrush
R
V
V
Swainson's Thrush
F
V
U
R
Hermit Thrush
F
F
F
Wood Thrush
U
U
R
American Robin
F
R
F
F
n,i
MIMIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Gray Catbird
F
U
R
Northern Mockingbird
C
C
C
C
n
Sage Thrasher
V
V
R
Brown Thrasher
U
U
U
Long-billed Thrasher
F
F
F
F
n
Curve-billed Thrasher
F
F
F
F
n
STURNIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
European Starling
C
C
C
C
n
MOTACILLIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
American Pipit
C
V
F
C
Sprague's Pipit
R
V
U
BOMBYCILLIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Bohemian Waxwing
V
s
Cedar Waxwing
C
R
C
PTILOGONATIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Phainopepla
V
V
h
PARULIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Blue-winged Warbler
R
V
Golden-winged Warbler
R
V
Tennessee Warbler
U
R
Orange-crowned Warbler
C
C
C
Nashville Warbler
C
C
R
Northern Parula
U
V
V
V
n
Tropical Parula
V
s
Yellow Warbler
F
V
F
V
o
Chestnut-sided Warbler
U
V
R
V
Magnolia Warbler
C
V
R
Cape May Warbler
V
V
Black-throated Blue Warbler
V
V
V
Yellow-rumped Warbler
C
C
C
Black-throated Gray Warbler
V
V
V
Golden-cheeked Warbler
F
F
n
Black-throated Green Warbler
C
V
F
R
Townsend's Warbler
V
V
Blackburnian Warbler
F
V
R
Yellow-throated Warbler
R
V
V
Pine Warbler
R
R
U
Prairie Warbler
V
Palm Warbler
V
R
R
Bay-breasted Warbler
U
R
Blackpoll Warbler
R
Cerulean Warbler
R
V
Black-and-white Warbler
C
U
F
U
n
American Redstart
F
V
U
V
Prothonotary Warbler
U
R
V
Worm-eating Warbler
R
V
Swainson's Warbler
V
h
Ovenbird
U
R
V
Northern Waterthrush
F
V
R
V
Louisiana Waterthrush
U
V
R
Kentucky Warbler
U
V
V
V
o
Connecticut Warbler
V
V
Mourning Warbler
U
R
R
MacGillivray's Warbler
U
V
R
Common Yellowthroat
C
C
C
Hooded Warbler
U
R
V
Wilson's Warbler
C
V
F
R
Canada Warbler
U
R
V
Rufous-capped Warbler
V
s
Yellow-breasted Chat
C
U
U
V
n
THRAUPIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Hepatic Tanager
V
V
V
V
Summer Tanager
F
F
U
R
Scarlet Tanager
U
V
Western Tanager
R
R
V
EMBERIZIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
White-collared Seedeater
V
h
Olive Sparrow
R
R
R
R
Green-tailed Towhee
R
R
R
i
Spotted Towhee
C
C
C
Eastern Towhee
R
R
U
Canyon Towhee
R
R
R
o,l
Cassin's Sparrow
F
R
R
R
n
Rufous-crownded Sparrow
F
F
F
U
n
American Tree Sparrow
V
s
Chipping Sparrow
C
R
U
C
n
Clay-colored Sparrow
F
F
R
Field Sparrow
C
R
U
C
n
Vesper Sparrow
C
C
C
Lark Sparrow
F
F
F
F
n
Black-throated Sparrow
U
U
U
U
o
Lark Bunting
R
V
R
U
Savannah Sparrow
C
V
C
C
Grasshopper Sparrow
F
U
U
F
n
Baird's Sparrow
V
V
Henslow's Sparrow
V
V
Le Conte's Sparrow
V
V
R
Fox Sparrow
R
R
U
Song Sparrow
F
F
C
Lincoln's Sparrow
C
V
C
C
Swamp Sparrow
U
U
F
White-throated Sparrow
C
F
C
Harris's Sparrow
R
R
U
White-crowned Sparrow
C
C
C
Golden-crowned Sparrow
V
s
Dark-eyed Junco
U
R
U
i
McCown's Longspur
V
V
R
s,i
Lapland Longspur
F
i
Smith's Longspur
V
s,i
Chestnut-collared Longspur
V
V
R
CARDINALIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Northern Cardinal
C
C
C
C
n
Pyrrhuloxia
F
F
F
F
n
Rose-breasted Grosbeak
U
R
V
Black-headed Grosbeak
R
V
R
R
Blue Grosbeak
C
F
U
V
n
Lazuli Bunting
R
V
V
Indigo Bunting
F
U
F
V
n
Varied Bunting
V
h
Painted Bunting
C
C
U
V
n
Dickcissel
C
F
R
V
n
ICTERIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Bobolink
V
V
Red-winged Blackbird
C
C
C
C
n
Eastern Meadowlark
C
F
C
C
n
Western Meadowlark
R
R
F
Yellow-headed Blackbird
U
R
U
R
Rusty Blackbird
R
R
Brewer's Blackbird
U
U
C
l
Common Grackle
U
V
U
F
o
Great-tailed Grackle
C
C
C
C
n
Bronzed Cowbird
U
U
U
R
n
Brown-headed Cowbird
C
C
C
C
n
Orchard Oriole
F
F
U
n
Hooded Oriole
R
R
R
V
Bullock's Oriole
C
C
U
R
n
Altamira Oriole
V
V
V
Audubon's Oriole
V
V
Baltimore Oriole
C
U
U
R
Scott's Oriole
R
R
R
V
n
FRINGILLIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
Purple Finch
R
R
R
i
House Finch
C
C
C
C
n
Red Crossbill
V
V
V
i
Pine Siskin
R
R
R
i
Lesser Goldfinch
U
U
U
U
n
American Goldfinch
C
C
C
Evening Grosbeak
V
V
PASSERIDAE
Sp
Su
Fa
Wi
Status
House Sparrow
C
C
C
C
n
 

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