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Thirty six birders participated in the Miami Christmas Bird Count on 
Saturday, December 19. Thanks to all of you for your assistance. A total of 21,434 
birds of 115 species were counted, including three sulid species! 

Egyptian Goose-7 
Muscovy Duck-150 
Mallard (feral)-14 
Mottled Duck-4 
Blue-winged Teal-5 
Red-breasted Merganser-18 
Pied-billed Grebe-42 
Brown Booby-2 
Red-footed Booby-1 (documentation received for count week only) 
Northern Gannet-175 
Brown Pelican-400 
Double-crested Cormorant-1200 
Anhinga-12 
Magnificent Frigatebird-25 
Great Blue Heron-26 
Great Egret-39 
Snowy Egret-7 
Little Blue Heron-11 
Tricolored Heron-11 
Reddish Egret-1 
Cattle Egret-79 
Green Heron-19 
Black-crowned Night-Heron-24 
Yellow-crowned Night-Heron-9 
White Ibis-975 
Wood Stork-2 
Black Vulture-230 
Turkey Vulture-1630 
Osprey-31 
Bald Eagle-1 
Sharp-shinned Hawk-2 
Cooper's Hawk-11 
Red-shouldered Hawk-7 
Broad-winged Hawk-4 
Short-tailed Hawk-5 
Red-tailed Hawk-3 
American Kestrel-33 
Peregrine Falcon-4 
Common Moorhen-33 
American Coot-62 
Sandhill Crane-1 
Black-bellied Plover-139 
Semipalmated Plover-4 
Piping Plover-2 
Killdeer-210 
Spotted Sandpiper-7 
Willet-1 
Ruddy Turnstone-101 
Sanderling-57 
Least Sandpiper-4 
Laughing Gull-2200 
Ring-billed Gull-600 
Herring Gull-62 
Lesser Black-backed Gull-7 
Great Black-backed Gull-7 
Royal Tern-284 
Sandwich Tern-2 
Black Skimmer-107 
Pomarine Jaeger-1 
Rock Pigeon-1400 
Eurasian Collared-Dove-535 
White-winged Dove-8 
Mourning Dove-225 
Monk Parakeet-59 
Red-masked Parakeet-8 
Mitred Parakeet-40 
Blue-crowned Parakeet-25 (high count!) 
White-eyed Parakeet-139 (high count!) 
Black-hooded Parakeet-5 
Yellow-chevroned Parakeet-38 
Eastern Screech-Owl-3 
Burrowing Owl-3 
Ruby-throated Hummingbird-9 
Belted Kingfisher-12 
Red-bellied Woodpecker-48 
Yellow-bellied Sapsucker-3 
Downy Woodpecker-2 
Eastern Phoebe-17 
Great Crested Flycatcher-1 
Loggerhead Shrike-30 
White-eyed Vireo-2 
Yellow-throated Vireo-1 
Blue-headed Vireo-14 
Blue Jay-33 
Fish Crow-5100 
House Wren-3 
Ruby-crowned Kinglet-2 
Blue-gray Gnatcatcher-185 
Gray Catbird-10 
Northern Mockingbird-73 
European Starling-2500 
Common Myna-28 
Orange-crowned Warbler-1 
Northern Parula-10 
Black-throated Blue Warbler-1 
Yellow-rumped (Myrtle) Warbler-16 
Black-throated Green Warbler-1 
Yellow-throated Warbler-9 
Pine Warbler-59 
Prairie Warbler-25 
Palm Warbler-300 
Black-and-white Warbler-14 
American Redstart-10 
Ovenbird-1 
Common Yellowthroat-7 
Savannah Sparrow-8 
Northern Cardinal-25 
Indigo Bunting-2 
Painted Bunting-9 
Red-winged Blackbird-7 
Eastern Meadowlark-1 
Common Grackle-650 
Boat-tailed Grackle-470 
Bronzed Cowbird-80 (high count!) 
House Sparrow-57 

Sadly, no data was submitted this year for the Miami-Springs/Hialeah area. 
If any of you saw birds in these areas during count week (December 16 
through December 22), especially those not listed above, please submit your 
sightings to me at [log in to unmask] If any count area feeder-watchers would 
like to submit sightings, I will appreciatively accept those as well. 

Brian Rapoza 
Miami CBC Compiler 


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