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FLORIDABIRDS-L  July 2011, Week 1

FLORIDABIRDS-L July 2011, Week 1

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June Challenge - Orange County List

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John Thomton <[log in to unmask]>

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John Thomton <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 1 Jul 2011 15:02:18 -0500

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Hey everyone,
As promised, here's the June Challenge 2011 - Orange County list:

1.) Black-Bellied Whistling-Duck2.) Muscovy Duck3.) Wood Duck4.) Mallard5.) Mottled Duck6.) Wild Turkey7.) Northern Bobwhite8.) Pied-Billed Grebe9.) Brown Pelican10) Double-Crested Cormorant11.) Anhinga12.) Least Bittern13.) Great Blue Heron14.) Great Egret15.) Snowy Egret16.) Little Blue Heron17.) Tricolored Heron18.) Cattle Egret19.) Green Heron20.) Black-Crowned Night-Heron21.) Yellow-Crowned Night-Heron22.) White Ibis23.) Glossy Ibis24.) Roseate Spoonbill25.) Wood Stork26.) Black Vulture27.) Turkey Vulture28.) Osprey29.) Swallow-Tailed Kite30.) Bald Eagle31.) Cooper's Hawk32.) Red-Shouldered Hawk33.) Short-Tailed Hawk34.) Red-Tailed Hawk35.) Crested Caracara36.) King Rail37.) Purple Gallinule38.) Common Moorhen39.) American Coot40.) Limpkin41.) Sandhill Crane42.) Killdeer43.) Black-Necked Stilt44.) Least Tern45.) Rock Pigeon46.) Eurasian Collared-Dove47.) White-Winged Dove48.) Mourning Dove49.) Common Ground-Dove50.) Yellow-Billed Cuckoo51.) Barn Owl52.) Eastern Screech-Owl53.) Great Horned Owl54.) Barred Owl55.) Common Nighthawk56.) Chimney Swift57.) Ruby-Throated Hummingbird58.) Red-Headed Woodpecker59.) Red-Bellied Woodpecker60.) Downy Woodpecker61.) Hairy Woodpecker62.) Red-Cockaded Woodpecker63.) Northern Flicker64.) Pileated Woodpecker65.) Great Crested Flycatcher66.) Loggerhead Shrike67.) White-Eyed Vireo68.) Yellow-Throated Vireo69.) Red-Eyed Vireo70.) Blue Jay71.) Florida Scrub-Jay72.) American Crow73.) Fish Crow74.) Purple Martin75.) Cliff Swallow76.) Barn Swallow77.) Carolina Chickadee78.) Tufted Titmouse79.) Brown-Headed Nuthatch80.) Carolina Wren81.) Blue-Gray Gnatcatcher82.) Eastern Bluebird83.) Northern Mockingbird84.) Brown Thrasher85.) European Starling86.) Northern Parula87.) Yellow-Throated Warbler88.) Pine Warbler89.) Common Yellowthroat90.) Yellow-Breasted Chat91.) Summer Tanager92.) Eastern Towhee93.) Bachman's Sparrow94.) Northern Cardinal95.) Blue Grosbeak96.) Indigo Bunting97.) Red-Winged Blackbird98.) Eastern Meadowlark99.) Common Grackle100.) Boat-Tailed Grackle101.) Brown-Headed Cowbird102.) House Finch103.) House Sparrow
Non-countable exotics: Mute Swan and Common Peafowl. Plus the other pinioned swans at Lake Eola: Black, Black-Necked, Trumpeter and Whooper.
Good birding,
John ThomtonOrlando, Orange Co.
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